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Title: The myths of frontier massacres in Australian History
Author: Windschuttle, Keith
Date: 2000
Abstract: In his new book, journalist Phillip Knightley demonstrates how deeply the notion that Australian society was founded on dealy violence against Aborigines has penetrated the mentality of those who shape popular opinion
Source: Quadrant
Volume: p. 8-21
metadata.indexnt.dc.subject.*: Knightley, Phillip
Forrest river
Cubillo, Lorna
Australia:biography of a nation
Gunner, Peter
Jews
Nazi
Australia
Germany
Human rights and equal oppurtunity commission
Stolen children
New south wales
Northern territory
Sydney
Centenary Of Federation, Australia, 1901-2001
Aborigines
Citation address: http://hdl.handle.net/10070/90376
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