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Peter Alan Stanley (born 28 October 1956) is an Australian historian and research professor at the University of New South Wales in the Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and Society. He was Head of the Centre for Historical Research at the National Museum of Australia from 2007–13. Between 1980 and 2007 he was an historian and sometime exhibition curator at the Australian War Memorial, including as head of the Historical Research Section and Principal Historian from 1987. He has written eight books about Australia and the Great War since 2005, and was a joint winner of the Prime Minister's Prize for Australian History in 2011.

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by Stanley, Peter, 1956-
Canberra, ACT : NLA Publishing, [2017] , ©2017
BookBook [text, volume]
Canberra , ACT : School of Humanities & Social Sciences, UNSW Canberra, 2018 , ©2018
BookBook [text, volume]
by Stanley, Peter, 1956-
Whyalla, S. Aust. : Corporation of the City of Whyalla, with publishing assistance from East Street Publications, c2004
by Stanley, Peter, 1956-
Sydney : Time-life Books Australia in association with John Ferguson, 1987
1983 March 21
AudioAudio [spoken word, audiocassette]
by Yardley, Christopher B
[Garran, Australian Capital Territory] : Australian Capital Territory Branch of the Military Historical Society of Australia, [2017]
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
by Stanley, Peter, 1956-
Manuka ACT : Bobby Graham Publishers Pty Ltd, 2014 , ©2014
BookBook [text, cartographic image, volume]
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