The Strength of a Nation: Six Years of Australians Fighting for the Nation and Defending the Homefront in WWII

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments xiv
  • Prologue xix
  • 1- Legacy 1
  • 2- Australia Is Also at War 18
  • 3- The Air War 37
  • 4- At Home 53
  • 5- Action Stations 69
  • 6- War in the Desert 86
  • 7- A Forlorn Hope 105
  • 8- The Victor Trumper of Australian Politics 125
  • 9- The Grey Funnel Line 143
  • 10- Defending the Middle East to the Last Australian Standing 160
  • 11- A New War 180
  • 12- Singapore 198
  • 13- Crisis 216
  • 14- Their Finest Hour 235
  • 15- To the Stars 261
  • 16- Desert Foxes 279
  • 17- All in 298
  • 18- The Merchant Navy 316
  • 19- Fighting on Regardless 332
  • 20- ‘Too Busy for Bitterness’ 350
  • 21- ‘Australia Is There for Political Reasons’ 368
  • 22- ‘A War Casualty If Ever There Was One’ 386
  • Epilogue 404
  • Index 411
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