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Alan Geoffrey Serle (10 March 1922 – 27 April 1998), known as Geoff, was an Australian historian, who is best known for his books on the colony of Victoria; The Golden Age (1963) and The Rush to be Rich (1971) and his biographies of John Monash, John Curtin and Robin Boyd.</ref><ref>Wallace Kirsop (1998) The La Trobe Journal, No 61, autumn 1998, State Library of Victoria Foundation.

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Brisbane, <Qld.> : University of Queensland Press, 1969
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Carlton South, Vic. : Miegunyah Press, 1995
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[St. Lucia, Qld.] : University of Queensland Press, [19--]
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Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Press, 2002
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Carlton South, Vic. : Melbourne University Press, 1996
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Melbourne : Melbourne University Press in association with Monash University, 1982
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Melbourne : History Dept., University of Melbourne, 1999
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