Making Sense of the Great War Centenary- Carolyn Holbrook and Keir Reeves (eds)

CHRG member and Deakin staff, Carolyn Holbrook, along with Keir Reeves, has edited the book ‘Making Sense of the Great War Centenary’.
 
This new edited collection considers the effect of the war on Australian society in the decades that followed. The book examines the enduring appeal of the Anzac legend and ongoing debates about its historical significance. As Australia moves on from the centenary of the Great War its emotional power abides.
 
An extract is available here.
 
The coverpage of The Great War book

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