A Secret Country

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Vintage, 1992 - Aboriginal Australians - 409 pages
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Expatriate journalist and film-maker John Pilger writes about his homeland with life-long affection and a passionately critical eye. In this fully updated edition of A Secret Country, he pays tribute to a little known Australia and tells a story of high political drama.

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Review: A Secret Country: The Hidden Australia

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Review: A Secret Country: The Hidden Australia

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"As an expatriate Aussie living in the UK I'm frequently struck by the naivete about Australia here in Britain. I'm often forced to inform Brits that Neighbours and Home and Away are not reality tv ... Read full review

Contents

A Whispering in Our Hearts
21
Heroes Unsung
87
The Struggle for Independence
139
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

John Pilger grew up in Sydney, Australia. He has been a war correspondent, author and film-maker. He has twice won British journalism's highest award, that of Journalist of the Year, for his work all over the world, notably in Cambodia and Vietnam. He has been International Reporter of the Year and winner of the United Nations Associated Peace Prize and Gold Medal. For his broadcasting, he has won France's Reporter Sans Frontières, an American television Academy Award, an Emmy, and the Richard Dimbleby Award, given by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.

In 2003, he received the Sophie Prize for 'thirty years of exposing deception and improving human rights'.

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