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Australian defence policy : a study of empire and nation (1897-1910)

Atkinson, L.D.


The Continuing debate about the role of Australians in their own country and the position of their nation in the Empire provides the dominant theme of this work. It suggested that the study of defence policy might appropriately be divided into four parts each coinciding with a particular era and all in chronological order: colonial, federal, national, and Imperial. Colonialist defence policy was the result of an effort to make the self-governing portions of the empire self-reliant in military...[Show more]

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Date published: 1964
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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