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Issue Details: First known date: 2015... 2015 The Aranda’s Pepa: An Introduction to Carl Strehlow’s Masterpiece, Die Aranda-und Loritja - Stamme in Zentral Australien (1907–1920) : Review
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    y separately published work icon Aboriginal History vol. 39 December Liz Conor (editor), 2015 9275424 2015 periodical issue

    'Volume 39 of Aboriginal History is timely for the centenary of Gallipoli this year. The 56 Indigenous men who fought in this disastrous battle are duly noted in its special section on Aboriginal war service, edited by Allison Cadzow, Kristyn Harman and Noah Riseman. As Riseman points out in his preface, Aboriginal History can be credited as playing a leading role in the inception of growing interest in Indigenous combatants by devoting an earlier special issue to them in 1992, still nascent days for the field. ' (Preface introduction)

    2015
    pg. 255-258
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