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Speech, 1997 [manuscript]
Bib ID 1690057
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Oakes, Laurie
 
Access Conditions Restricted until access determined. 
Description 1997 
1 cm. (8 p.) 
Summary

Annotated speech delivered by Oakes at the launch of Backroom briefings: John Curtin's war, by Clem Lloyd and Richard Hall. The speech was delivered at Old Parliament House, Canberra on 1 December 1997.

Biography/History

Author and political editor for the Channel Nine Network. Publications include Whitlam PM: a biography (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1973); Crash through or crash: the unmaking of a prime minister (Richmond, Vic.: Drummond, 1976); and Australian government, Laurie Oakes and John Fitzgerald (Blackburn, Vic.: Dove Communications, 1986).

Notes

Manuscript reference no.: NLA MS 9159.

Subjects Oakes, Laurie -- Archives.  |  Backroom briefings: John Curtin's war.  |  Authors, Australian -- Archives.
Time Coverage 1997 
Occupation Authors

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