My gun, my brother : experiences of Papua New Guinea policemen 1920 - 1960
This study covers forty years, 1920 - 1960. It is concerned with aspects of the social and political history of members of the Royal Papuan Constabulary and the New Guinea Native police forces when they were at the peak of their careers, and when Australian rule was confident and expanding. Rather than providing an exhaustive chronology for the institutional development of the police, the thesis attempts to link information about events, about policemen's relationships with government...[Show more]
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