A many-sided nature: Historical reflections on Anzac and religion
It has sometimes been suggested that Australian historians have been a rather godless lot, wedded to a secular humanism that has led them to underplay the role of religious belief in Australian history. Yet if so, it would be a harsh to conclude that the first generation of Australian academic historians who turned their attention to the history of the Great War in the 1960s and 1970s was uniformly guilty of such a charge.
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