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Charles Manning Hope Clark, (3 March 1915 – 23 May 1991) was an Australian historian and the author of the best-known general history of Australia, his six-volume A History of Australia, published between 1962 and 1987. He has been described as "Australia's most famous historian",Graeme Davidson and others, The Oxford Companion to Australian History, Oxford University Press 1998, 128 but his work has been the target of much criticism, particularly from conservative and classical liberal academics and philosophers.

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Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Publishing, 2005
by Clark, Manning, 1915-1991
Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Press, 1992
Osŭtŭreillia ŭi yŏksa = A short history of Australia / Manning Clark, chʻaegim pyŏnyŏk Chʻoe Yang-hŭi, kongyŏk Mun U-sang
오스트레일리아의역사 = A short history of Australia / 매닝클라크 ; 책임편역최양희 ; 공역문우상
Uniform title: Short history of Australia. Korean
by Clark, Manning, 1915-1991
Sŏul Tʻŭkpyŏlsi : Ŭryu Munhwasa, 1990
서울특별시 : 을유문화사, 1990
Ōsutoraria no rekishi : kyori no bōgyaku o koete / Charles Manning Hope Clark cho ; Takeshita Mioko yaku
オーストラリアの歴史 : 距離の暴虐を超えて / マニング・クラーク著 ; 竹下美保子訳
Uniform title: Short history of Australia. Japanese
by Clark, Manning, 1915-1991
Tōkyō : Saimarushuppankai, 1978
東京 : サイマル出版会, 1978
by Clark, Manning, 1915-1991
Sydney : Australian Broadcasting Commission, 1976
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