Territory Stories

The myths of frontier massacres in Australian History

Details:

Title

The myths of frontier massacres in Australian History

Creator

Windschuttle, Keith

Collection

IndexNT Magazines; IndexNT; Quadrant

Date

2000-10

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

Subject

Aborigines; Centenary Of Federation, Australia, 1901-2001; 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

Series

Quadrant

Volume

p. 8-21

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/90376


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