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Adam-Smith, Patsy, 1926-2001
Women and war - Australia.; Women - Australia - History.; Women - Australia - History - 20th century.
Adult; Juvenile
This book records the achievements of our women for all time. It tells of bravery, self-sacrifice, endurance and devotion. When Patsy Adam-Smith wrote Australian Women at War in 1984, her aim was to tap into the memories of all the 'brave, modest, forgotten women' while they were still alive, in order to honour them. Now, for the first time, this iconic volume is republished for an entirely new generation of readers. This magnificent work is a history of how Australian women have responded to war - from 1900, when the first nurses sailed to the Boer War, to 1945 and its aftermath. Recording the achievements of our women for all time, it tells of their bravery, self-sacrifice, endurance and devotion. Australian Women at War is a tribute to Australian women.
Read associated articles: AHS Centaur, Australian home front during World War II, Clare Stevenson, Demobilisation of the Australian military after World War II, Military history of Australia during World War II, Sybil Irving, Women in the Australian military
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