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          คา-สิ-โน-ออนไลน์ ฟรี-เงิน

          Honest History promotes balanced consideration of Australian history by offering contesting, evidence-based interpretations to students, teachers, universities, journalists and the public. We challenge the misuse of history to serve political or other agendas.

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          Heritage Guardians: a campaign against the proposed $498m extensions to the Australian War Memorial

          Total Australian spend on Anzac centenary is around $A600 million – or $1.1 billion if you include proposed War Memorial extensions (and a bit more in this year’s Budget)

          maxresdefaultK?ken?Ergun’s ?ehitler (Heroes) is a well observed Dardanelles doco that deserves wide distribution (picture)

          Jan Cooper with some family history which is also a war story

          Parliamentary Committee report on national institutions is rather a ho-hum document

          Rowan Cahill reviews Pam Menzies’ Port Kembla: A Memoir, a local history that captures the diversity of Australia

          DSC09590David Stephens reviews Our Corner of the Somme: Australia at Villers-Bretonneux, by Romain Fathi (picture)

          For Our Country: Australian War Memorial sidles a little closer to a balanced view of Indigenous warriors: David Stephens writes

          Looking back

          Australia is more than Anzac – and always has been