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Alfred Deakin : a biography / [by] J.A. la Nauze
Bib ID 1288152
Format BookBook
Author
La Nauze, J. A. (John Andrew), 1911-1990
 
Description Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1979 
xiv,714p. : ill., portrs. ; 22cm. 
ISBN 020714057X
Series

Famous Australian lives

Notes

Index.

First published in 2 volumes, Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1965.

Bibliography: p.692-701.

Subjects Deakin, Alfred, - 1856-1919.  |  Australia. Deakin, Alfred, 1856-1919. Biographies.  |  Premiers - Australia - Biography.

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