Australia and Allied strategy in the Pacific, 1941-1946
This thesis is an analysis of Australian political and military strategy during and after the Second World War. In 1941-42 Australia was faced with a particularly difficult situation, for at a time of great national danger she was beset with a change of government, a change of major alliance partners and a change of geopolitical strategy. The ensuing problems had to be resolved by a small group of political and military leaders and public servants. They had to operate within close...[Show more]
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