Australian naval policy, 1919 to 1942 : a case study in Empire relations
Australia’s sense of national identity has developed differently from most other nations which have emerged in the past two hundred years. Until the fall of Singapore, Australia’s development had been notable for the absence of trauma in relationships with the Mother Country. Australia has not been embroiled in war with the Mother Country to gain either cohesion or independence as was the case with the United States, the Mother Country was not so weak and subject to rival Powers that the...[Show more]
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