'The Bolshevik element must be stamped out' : returned soldiers and Queensland politics, 1918-1925
The First World War was not a unifying experience for Australian society. The demands and traumas produced by the war played on and exacerbated long existing tensions and divisions in Australian society. The descent from a facade of near unanimity of purpose at the beginning of the war to the open and bitter racial, religious and class confrontations at its end is now well documented. Marilyn Lake and Raymond Evans have provided accounts of the impact of the war upon the homefront in...[Show more]
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