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Reece Give Me Some Peace! PB

By Sonia Bestulic, Nancy Bevington

Shortlisted for the 2019 Australian Speech Pathology Book of the Year Awards A fun-loving book about the wonderful world of music and of noisy play! Reece is a very cheeky, curious young boy who loves making NOISE. Today he’s making music. There are lots of interesting clangs, bangs and thumps coming from his room as […]

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By Michael Tyquin

As with the failed attempt to seize the Gallipoli peninsula in 1915, the allied campaign to assist Greece against a seemingly invincible German juggernaut was poorly conceived and probably doomed even as plans were made to assist that country. Like any campaign, however, it holds lessons for the contemporary student of strategy, tactics and history. […]

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Suffering, Redemption and Triumph

By Peter Brune

‘a compelling narrative that offers an in-depth exploration of the experiences of displaced persons (DPs) in Australia after World War II … both enlightening and thought-provoking.’  – Zoe Rogers ‘Deeply touching and enlightening, Suffering, Redemption, and Triumph is more than just a historical account, it’s a lesson in humanity and the enduring impact of wars. […]

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The Killing Chronicle

By Alan Leek

Alan Leek, an awarded police veteran, recounts incredible true stories from this period through the lens of a man who has personally experienced and witnessed the life-changing impacts of service. He pays tribute to the ethos and courage of police and their contribution during a period when police response were not directed by psychological or sociological methodologies but by brawn and bravery.

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Australia’s War with France

‘A superbly researched and very well written history of this little-known conflict. . . A story that must be told.’ Paul Ham, author of ‘Kokoda’. ‘Thorough and revealing. An accomplished account of a lost episode.’ Chris Masters, author of ‘Uncommon Soldier’ and ‘Jonestown’. 1941: Great Britain is fighting for its very existence. France has surrendered […]

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A Long Way Home

By Charles Granquist

“This was the generation which grew up in the depression, then fought through a six-year global conflict and then had to build much of Australia. Their decline in numbers places an even greater onus on younger Australians to understand what they went through”. RSL National President Bill Crews 2009 The son of a World War […]

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