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Volume 8 Issue 4

Volume 8 Issue 4

In this issue Hollywood is, well, Hollywood. It was successful in the business of making films that reflected “American culture”. Thus, nations world-wide were exposed to USA attitudes and values through the silver screen. For Australians, sometimes it was a counter-cultural experience that clashed with our own. Even so, we “adopted” many leading actors,...

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Volume 8 Issue 3

Volume 8 Issue 3

In this issue D’Day – the fateful day 70 years ago, on June 6, when Allied forces, mainly British, American and Canadian, stormed ashore on Normany beaches, against a haü of Nazi machine gun and artillery fire The losses were huge, thousands of dead on the the first day. But a tenuous beachhead was established and from there, Allied forces commenced the bloody, painful...

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Volume 8 Issue 2

Volume 8 Issue 2

In this issue As the Centenary of the momentous First Official Air Mail...

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Volume 8 Issue 1

Volume 8 Issue 1

In this issue Australians of mature years will remember the shock that...

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Volume 7 Issue 6

Volume 7 Issue 6

In this issue Nelson Mandela was an enigma! A smiling, jovial, peace-loving...

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Volume 7 Issue 5

Volume 7 Issue 5

In this issue Controversy engulfed discussion of the cause of death of...