Australian defence procurement
This is the first study ever undertaken of the policies of Australian governments towards the acquisition of weapons for the armed forces. The growth of the Australian defence budget in recent years and the burgeoning cost and complexity of modern armaments have made this subject of considerable interest, not only to those who plan and carry out the policies, but to all concerned as to how a large slice of national income is being spent. The study covers the period from the early fifties to the...[Show more]
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ANU Press (1965-Present)
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