Australia: a new history of the great southern land
Australia: A New History of the Great Southern Land is a major new account that places Australia's history fully within a global context, drawing on sources from the United States, Britain, South Africa, and Canada, as well as within Australia itself.
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By 1886 French rule had been imposed on Annam and Tonkin, while French
hegemony was recognized in those parts of the Siamese empire now called Laos
and Cambodia. A slice of the world bigger than France itself passed under
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Welsh (The Four Nations: A History of the United Kingdom ) likes to tackle big projects. Noting at the outset that he is in fact English, he writes effusively about Australia, citing UN indexes on ... Read full review
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