The Anzac Illusion: Anglo Australian Relations During World War I Eric Montgomery Andrews

ISBN: 9780521419147

Published: May 27th 1994

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The Anzac Illusion: Anglo Australian Relations During World War I  by  Eric Montgomery Andrews

The Anzac Illusion: Anglo Australian Relations During World War I by Eric Montgomery Andrews
May 27th 1994 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | | ISBN: 9780521419147 | 10.65 Mb

The myth of Anzac has been one of Australias most enduring. The belief in the superior fighting qualities of Australian soldiers in the First World War is part of national consciousness and the much touted special relationship of Britain andMoreThe myth of Anzac has been one of Australias most enduring. The belief in the superior fighting qualities of Australian soldiers in the First World War is part of national consciousness and the much touted special relationship of Britain and Australia during the War accepted as fact.

This provocative and wide ranging book is a reassessment of Australias role in World War I and its relations--military, economic, political and psychological--with Britain. Professor Andrews shows that it suited all parties--in Britain and Australia--to propagate the myth of Anzac for their own purposes.



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