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eBooks - Australian Curriculum
The Anzac Spirit: Australia's Military Legend by This book tells the story of Australia’s long military history since the 1860s — in New Zealand, the Sudan, South Africa, World War I, World War II, Korea, Malaya, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq. The Anzac Spirit defines Australia’s military past, present and future.
Publication Date: 2013
Australia's Pacific Neighbours by This book tells the stories of Australia's Pacific neighbors from earliest times through the French, German, British and American colonial eras to, for some, independence and beyond.
Publication Date: 2013
World War II: The Australian Experience by This book tells the story of how a nation was mobilized to defend the homeland, and how industrial production grew to supply the needs of war and support more than 600,000 personnel in the Army, RAN and RAAF.
Publication Date: 2011
Books from RRC
Battles of World War II by Subjects:World War, 1939-1945 - Campaigns and battles - Pacific Region.
Call Number: 940.54 TON
Publication Date: 2007
Leaders of World War II by Subjects:Leadership; Military history;
World War, 1939-1945 - Biography.
Call Number: 940.540092 ROS
Publication Date: 2000
Why did Hiroshima happen? by Subjects:Atomic bomb - History;
Hiroshima (Japan) - Bombardment, 1945;
World War, 1939-1945 - Japan.
Call Number: 940.54 GRA
Publication Date: 2015
Five more parts of this series are available on ClickView.
World War II
The instability created in Europe by the First World War (1914-18) set the stage for another international conflict–World War II–which broke out two decades later and would prove even more devastating.
World War Two
By BBC. The causes, events and people of the most destructive war in history.
The Kokoda Campaign
Importance of the Kokoda Campaign
This document is a reference point for a possible start of research into the Kokoda campaign. These resources are compiled from websites, journal articles and books most of which are part of the RRC collection.