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ANALYSING AUSTRALIAN HISTORY. War and Upheaval, 1909-1922

ANALYSING AUSTRALIAN HISTORY. War and Upheaval, 1909-1922

Editors: Michael Adcock, Helen Smalley, Ian Keese and Jenny Pudney  

Cambridge University Press, Melbourne 2021

Written specifically for the new Study Design, Analysing Australian History is the first series of resources to cover all the requirements of the VCE Australian History syllabus. Led by Emeritus Professor Richard Broome, our expert author team of highly experienced teachers and historians draws on a wide range of compelling historical sources and activities to explore key themes in our past and captivate students with the various continuities and changes in Australian history.War and Upheaval: 1909–1992 investigates why and how Australia has been drawn into global conflicts throughout the twentieth century as alliances shifted and new perceived threats to regional security emerged. It also explores how being drawn into these global conflicts have often led to turmoil and division within Australian society.