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Volume 9 Issue 3

Volume 9 Issue 3

In this issue Conventional accounts of Magna Carta once suggested that it was “signed” by King John to whom we owe our democratic way of life. Largely, this proves to be a myth when the facts are known. Rather than being the “great charter” that opened the door to freedom, equality and democracy, Magna Carta appears to have been a failed document repudiated by a sly and...

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Volume 9 Issue 2

Volume 9 Issue 2

In this issue Albert Jacka VC was an amazingly bold soldier who, although he performed incredibly dangerous military feats again and again, somehow managed to survive World War I. With the Sydney Stamp Expo 2015 about to take place, in commemoration of the Landing of the ANZAC forces at Gallipoli, ASP chose “Bert” Jacka to represent the spirit of all those brave lads who faced the...

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Volume 9 Issue 1

Volume 9 Issue 1

In this issue Few centenary events resonate so much with Australians and New...

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Volume 8 Issue 6

Volume 8 Issue 6

In this issue For the lads in the first convoys of WWI, to leave Australia,...

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Volume 8 Issue 5

Volume 8 Issue 5

In this issue Few centenary events resonate so much with Australians and New...

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Volume 8 Issue 4

Volume 8 Issue 4

In this issue Hollywood is, well, Hollywood. It was successful in the...