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Author: Deborah; Ritter David Gare
ISBN: 0170132102
Publisher: Cengage Learning (2008)
Language: English
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e-Book Making Australian History: Perspectives on the Past Since 1788 epub download

by Deborah; Ritter David Gare



Australia - History - Sources. Contains landmark primary and secondary sources that cover a wide breadth of Australian history.

Australia - History - Sources. Showcases the work of current and past leading scholars.

The Jacaranda World History Atlas is a completely new History atlas designed to meet the requirements of the Australian History Curriculum.

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Ritter (eds), Making Australian History: Perspectives on the past since 1788 Deery, P. (2005), ‘Popular Fears’, in Robbie Lieberman (e., The Red Scare after 1945 (New York: Thomson Gale/St.

ISBN: 978-803883-1-2), Deery, P. (2007), ‘ There is no half way : Australia’s Cold War at Home’, in Deborah Gare and David Ritter (eds), Making Australian History: Perspectives on the past since 1788. Deery, P. James Press), pp. 245-53 (Library of Congress Control No. 00-266495 1-55862-495-3).

Making Australian History: Perspectives on the Past Since 1788. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780170132107.

Gare, Deborah, and David Ritter. Making Australian History: Perspectives on the past since 1788. A good collection of primary and secondary sources

Gare, Deborah, and David Ritter. South Melbourne: Thomson Learning Australia, 2007. A good collection of primary and secondary sources. Especially useful were David Roberts’analysis of Wood and Ann Curthoys’ piece, Imagining ‘First Contact’. London: Pan Books, 1988. Hughes’ portrayal of the convicts and early settlement is brutal and unforgiving compared to Keneally. His work bears significance for it reflects the influence of historiographical developments of the 1960s and 70s.

In Gare, Deborah; Ritter, David (ed. El Alamein and the Struggle for North Africa: International Perspectives from the Twenty-First Century. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press.

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David Ritter, CEO of Greenpeace, examines th. Deborah Gare, David Ritter. More). We all took a stand: Margaret River versus the coal industry.

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