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September 2009

Paul Kelly's column in today's Australian newspaper describes Neville Meaney's new book as "taking a brick" to the idea that Australia and its fighting force was sacrificed by pro-British leaders in our involvement in World War I. Meaney's book does more than that, providing a in-depth look at politics and policy during the early 20th century in Australia.

Paul Kelly's column in The Australian
Australia and World Crisis 1914-1923