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The workers' paradise? : Robert Schachner's letters from Australia, 1906-07 / edited by John Lack, Frederick Ohles and Jurgen Tampke ; with an afterword by Robert Schachner jnr
Bib ID 2970744
Format BookBook
Author
Schachner, Robert, 1875-1912
 
Description Parkville, Vic. : History Dept., University of Melbourne, 1990 
vi, 137 p. : ill., ports. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0732501318
Series

Melbourne University history monographs ; no. 12.

Notes

Bibliography: p. [135]-137.

Subjects Schachner, Robert, 1875-1912 -- Correspondence.  |  Labor movement -- Australia -- History -- Sources.  |  Working class -- Australia -- History -- Sources.  |  Labor laws and legislation -- Australia -- History -- Sources.  |  Australia -- Social conditions -- 1901-1914 -- Sources.  |  Australia -- Politics and government -- 1901-1914 -- Sources.
Other authors/contributors Lack, John F  |  Ohles, Frederick  |  Tampke, J urgen  |  University of Melbourne. Department of History

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