Australia and the European crises, 1935-1939
The thesis attempts to assess Australian public opinion towards the Abyssinian crisis, the Spanish civil war, and Hitler’s aggressions till September 1939. Australia was far from Europe, and communications were still relatively undeveloped. There was naturally therefore in Australia a lack of interest in foreign affairs, and a wish not to be involved in the wars and disputes of Europe, The first world war, and the depression of the early 1930s, only increased such feelings. The...[Show more]
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