The impact of war on New South Wales : some aspects of social and political history 1914-1917
This thesis is a study of aspects of social and political history during 1914 to 1917 which shaped political turbulence in New South Wales, the most populous state in Australia. The writer seeks to modify the accepted view that Australians unanimously and enthusiastically accepted their involvement in the Great War. The divisions of August 1914, blurred as they were by the excitement of the time, were to become clearer during the following years. Anxieties generated by the war, in...[Show more]
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