1950-2006, English, Unpublished edition: Papers of D.C.S. Sissons 1950-2006 / [manuscript]. Sissons, D. C. S. (David Carlisle Stanley), 1925-2006.

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Papers of  D.C.S. Sissons [manuscript]
 
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Physical Description
  • 9.03 m. (60 boxes) + 1 packet.
Published
  • [1950-2006]
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Papers of D.C.S. Sissons1950-2006 /​ [manuscript].
Creator
  • Sissons, D. C. S. (David Carlisle Stanley), 1925-2006.
Other Creators
  • Horwitz, Solis.
Published
  • [1950-2006]
Medium
  • 1950-2006
Physical Description
  • 9.03 m. (60 boxes) + 1 packet.
Subjects
Time Period
  • 1950-2006
Summary
  • Series 1 (3 boxes) of MS 3092 comprises copies of Sissons' writings from his completed research. The remainder of the collection (57 boxes) consists of research files on such subjects as Australians in Japan; Australian trade and immigration policies towards Japan; Australian involvement in the Allied occupation of Japan, 1945-1950; Japanese prisoners of war in Australia; Second World War war crimes trials; and, Japanese espionage in Australia. The collection also includes material gathered for a biography of Professor James Murdoch, the first Australian professor of Japanese. In June 2006 Sissons incorporated his papers held at MS 8230 into this collection (60 boxes).
  • The Acc09.106 instalment comprises three audio cassettes containing a lecture delivered by Sissons during a seminar on "A-J [Australia-Japan] relations" at Monash University on 11 October 1997; and, a coverless booklet with annotations by Sissons on the "Tokyo trial" of 1946-1948 by Solis Horwitz [1950] (1 packet).
Biography
  • Historian and academic. David Carlisle Stanley Sissons was an historian in the Research School of Pacific Studies at the Australian National University where he was a research fellow from 1961-1965 and a fellow from 1965-1990. His principal fields of research were the history of Australia-Japan relations and the Second World War war crimes trials. In 1991, following his retirement from the ANU, Sissons took up a three-year post to establish an Australian Studies Centre at the Hiroshima Shudo University in Japan. Sissons died in Canberra in October 2006.
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Access Conditions
  • Available for research. Not for loan.
Terms of Use
  • Copying of D.C.S. Sissons' copyright material: part permitted to be copied for research purposes (Series 1, boxes 1-4); part not permitted to be copied for research purposes (Series 2-27, boxes 5-60).
Language
  • English
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