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Gerald Patrick Walsh - historical geographer

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Title: Gerald Patrick Walsh - historical geographer
Author(s): Walsh, Gerald Patrick
Foster, Stephen
Stewart, Peter
Fominas, Nik
Nelson, Diana
Keywords: Gerald Patrick Walsh
Emeritus Faculty
oral history
Publisher: Canberra, ACT : The Australian National University, Emeritus Faculty Inc.,
Gerry Walsh enrolled in the Geography Department of the Research School of Pacific Studies in 1961 to do a PhD. Prior to coming to the ANU he studied at the University of Sydney where he completed a Bachelor of Arts in 1956, a Diploma of Education in 1957 and a Master of Arts in 1960. Later he was appointed to the History Department of the Australian Defence Force Academy and has been a prolific contributor to the Australian Dictionary of Biography.


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