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Australian Slovenians By Cilka Zagar
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Thirty nine story tellers in this book, from labourers, miners, builders, carers, teachers, business people, artists, and writers, describe events from their individual perspectives. Each story adds... More > to the mosaic that became a picture of who we are as Australian Slovenians.< Less
Australian Slovenians By Cilka Zagar
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Thirty nine story tellers in this book, from labourers, miners, builders, carers, teachers, business people, artists, and writers, describe events from their individual perspectives. Each story adds... More > to the mosaic that became a picture of who we are as Australian Slovenians. < Less
The Australian Minaret By Dzavid Haveric
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This book is more than a retrospective database of the earliest periodicals of the Australian Minaret published between 1961 and 1971. Its central focus is based on the observation of the... More > establishment and development of the Australian Minaret. It provides an important account of the written actualities and outlines this pioneering Islamic newsprint and its legacy among the Muslim multiethnic community in Australia.< Less
Australian Alphabet By Sandra Staines
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Australian Alphabet is a quirky first alphabet book for the world’s most quirky country. Each letter of the alphabet is presented twice. First, the letter appears on its own so that your child... More > can familiarise him or herself with the shape of the letter; the letters are presented in bright colours to catch and hold their imagination. Secondly the letter appears with, usually, two words beginning with the same letter, at least one of which is Australia specific.< Less
Australian Alphabet By Sandra Staines
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Australian Alphabet is a quirky first alphabet book for the world’s most quirky country. Each letter of the alphabet is presented twice. First, the letter appears on its own so that your child... More > can familiarise him or herself with the shape of the letter; the letters are presented in bright colours to catch and hold their imagination. Secondly the letter appears with, usually, two words beginning with the same letter, at least one of which is Australia specific.< Less
The Australian Crisis By C. H. Kirmess
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On they came again, and now they closed with the soldiers, who were forced to use their rifle butts, even their bayonets, to repulse the ju-jitsuing fiends. 1912: The Japanese Empire invades... More > Australia. Race riots break out in Sydney! Western Australia secedes from the Federation! Civil War erupts! Abandoned by its allies, Australia must defend its racial purity. A vigilante army - the White Guard - is raised to fight a guerilla war in the Northern Territory. The spokesman stepped close to Colonel Ireton: "Take care," he hissed, "Japan is stronger than your Commonwealth." First published in 1909, The Australian Crisis depicted a dystopian future for the "White Australia" of its day. Today the book, while objectionable in its racism, offers insight into the development of Australian identity and science fiction in the early 20th century. Fans of alternate history novels or military thrillers will value it as an addition to their library.< Less
The Australian Crisis By C. H. Kirmess
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On they came again, and now they closed with the soldiers, who were forced to use their rifle butts, even their bayonets, to repulse the ju-jitsuing fiends. 1912: The Japanese Empire invades... More > Australia. Race riots break out in Sydney! Western Australia secedes from the Federation! Civil War erupts! Abandoned by its allies, Australia must defend its racial purity. A vigilante army - the White Guard - is raised to fight a guerilla war in the Northern Territory. The spokesman stepped close to Colonel Ireton: "Take care," he hissed, "Japan is stronger than your Commonwealth." First published in 1909, The Australian Crisis depicted a dystopian future for the "White Australia" of its day. Today the book, while objectionable in its racism, offers insight into the development of Australian identity and science fiction in the early 20th century. Fans of alternate history novels or military thrillers will value it as an addition to their library.< Less
Fiona's Australian Blog Book By Fiona Giles
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Fiona's blog of her adventures in Australia
An Australian Bird Book (Illustrated) By J. A. Leach
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This little book should do much to popularize bird-study and to spread a knowledge of our common birds among our people. I hope devoutly that an effort will be made to give them suitable names. We... More > should give them names a poet or a child can use. A Chaucer poring lovingly over his favorite flower, the daisy, could call it by a name which is itself full of poetry. Even the unimaginative< Less
In Focus: 5 Years of BA Photography Graduate Exhibitions By Australian Portrait
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This book comprises of the First 5 Years of the Graduate Exhibitions from the BA Photography at Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga Campus. It also includes a foreword by Jamie Holcombe and an... More > Essay by Christopher Orchard.< Less