Menzies and the 'Great World Struggle': Australia's Cold War 1948-54

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NOTES

ABBREVIATIONS

In addition to the abbreviations used throughout the text, the following are used below:

AA Australian Archives ( Canberra,
unless otherwise stated)
AMF Australian Military Forces
APOP Australian Public Opinion
Polls
AWM Australian War Memorial
B of E Bank of England
CAB Cabinet ( UK)
CCAC Churchill College Archives,
Cambridge
CIGS Chief of Imperial General Staff
CM Cabinet Minutes ( UK)
CNIA Current Notes on Interna
tional Affairs
CO Colonial Office
COS Chiefs of Staff
CPD Commonwealth Parliamentary
Debates
CRO Commonwealth Relations
Office
CRS Commonwealth Record Series
(Aust.)
DDEL Dwight D Eisenhower Library
DEA Department of External
Affairs
DO Dominions Office
DPC Defence Preparations Com
mittee
FMM Foreign Ministers' Meeting
FO Foreign Office
FRUS Foreign Relations of the United
States (document series)
GHQ General Headquarters
H of R House of Representatives
HSTL Harry S Truman Library
JIC Joint Intelligence Committee
JPC Joint Planning Committee
MoD Ministry of Defence ( UK)
MRLA Malayan Races Liberation
Army
NLA National Library of Australia
PMM Prime Ministers' Meeting
PREM Premier's Office ( UK)
PRO Public Record Office, Kew
RG Record Group, State Depart
ment Files
SEATS South East Asia Top Secret
SIFE Security Intelligence, Far East
TS Top Secret
USNA National Archive of the United
States, Washington DC
WO War Office ( UK)

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Abbreviations vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • The Cold War Takes Shape 13
  • The Menzies Government and the World 43
  • A Third World War? 74
  • Communists and Australians 101
  • A National Security State 128
  • The Old and the New 152
  • Conclusion 179
  • Notes 185
  • Select Bibliography 229
  • Index 235
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