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Patricia Jean Adam-Smith, (31 May 1924 – 20 September 2001) was an Australian author, historian and servicewoman. She was a prolific writer on a range of subjects covering history, folklore and the preservation of national traditions,Adelaide (1986) p. 2 and wrote a two-part autobiography. Her other notable works include The Anzacs (1978), Australian Women at War (1984) and Prisoners of War (1992).

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Uniform title: Barcoo salute
by Adam-Smith, Patsy, 1926-2001
Sydney, N.S.W. : Seal Books, 1995
by Adam-Smith, Patsy, 1926-2001
Adelaide : Rigby ; London : Robert Hale, 1971
by Adam-Smith, Patsy, 1926-2001
Melbourne, Victoria : Penguin Group (Australia), 2014 , ©1991
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