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Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 'I Don’t Think I Deserve a Pension – We Didn’t Do Much Fighting' : Interviewing Australian Prisoners of War of the Japanese, 1942–1945
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    y separately published work icon The Boy from Boort : Remembering Hank Nelson Bill Gammage (editor), Brij V. Lal (editor), Gavan Daws (editor), Acton : Australian National University , 2014 7551603 2014 selected work biography essay obituary autobiography (for Hank Nelson )

    'Hank Nelson was an academic, film-maker, teacher, graduate supervisor and university administrator. His career at The Australian National University (ANU) spanned almost 40 years of notable accomplishment in expanding and deepening our understanding of the history and politics of Papua New Guinea, the experience of Australian soldiers at war, bush schools and much else. This book is a highly readable tribute to him, written by those who knew him well, including his students, and also contains wide-ranging works by Hank himself. – Professor Stewart Firth, ANU.' (Publication summary)

    Acton : Australian National University , 2014
    pg. 33-46
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