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Is part of Official History of Australia in the War 1914-1918 1921 series - publisher
Issue Details: First known date: 1921... 1921 The Story of Anzac from the Outbreak of War to the End of the First Phase of the Gallipoli Campaign, May 4, 1915
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • St Lucia, Indooroopilly - St Lucia area, Brisbane - North West, Brisbane, Queensland,: University of Queensland Press , 1981 .
      Extent: lxviii, 662p., 67 p. of platesp.
      Description: illus., maps, port.
      Note/s:
      • With introduction by K. S. Inglis
      • Includes index: pp.619-662
      • Editor's note: 'Over the course of years numerous printings were made of the various volumes in this series. Many of these printings were simply reprints, but some incorporated minor changes of fact as they came to the attention of Dr Bean and the author of the particular volume. This is a facsimile of the printing of the 1942 edition.'
      ISBN: 0702215856; 2215864 (pbk.)

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y separately published work icon Aspects of Australian National Character : An Exploratory Study of Australian Social Personality Kai Karl Kern , Canberra : 1968 19357783 1968 single work thesis

'Traditionally, national character in Australia as elsewhere, has been the domain of the historian and the political scientist rather than the psychologist. Systematic research data on Australian national character are almost non-existent, and much of what has been said and written in the literature about Australian national character can be most appropriately described as a 'popular concept' approach to the subject. This would be national character in its most original meaning and this approach has been used by historians and other writers [Baker, 1959; Coleman 1963; Lawrence, 1922; Palmer, 1954; Pringle, 1958) to reflect their observations of psychological traits or features thought to be characteristic of Australian citizens. While usually impressionistic rather than precise, such essayistic descriptions of national character nonetheless often contain much truth.' (Thesis description)

y separately published work icon Aspects of Australian National Character : An Exploratory Study of Australian Social Personality Kai Karl Kern , Canberra : 1968 19357783 1968 single work thesis

'Traditionally, national character in Australia as elsewhere, has been the domain of the historian and the political scientist rather than the psychologist. Systematic research data on Australian national character are almost non-existent, and much of what has been said and written in the literature about Australian national character can be most appropriately described as a 'popular concept' approach to the subject. This would be national character in its most original meaning and this approach has been used by historians and other writers [Baker, 1959; Coleman 1963; Lawrence, 1922; Palmer, 1954; Pringle, 1958) to reflect their observations of psychological traits or features thought to be characteristic of Australian citizens. While usually impressionistic rather than precise, such essayistic descriptions of national character nonetheless often contain much truth.' (Thesis description)

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