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The Azaria Chamberlain case : reflections on Australian identity / by Paul Reynolds
Bib ID 1117596
Format BookBook
Author
Reynolds, P. L. (Paul L.)
 
Description [Brisbane] : University of Queensland, 1989 
14 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 1855070022
Series

Working papers in Australian studies ; no. 47.

Notes

At head of title page: Sir Robert Menzies Centre for Australian Studies, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London.

Subjects Chamberlain, Azaria, - 1980-1980.  |  National characteristics, Australian.  |  Frontier and pioneer life - Australia.
Other authors/contributors University of Queensland

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