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Issue Details: First known date: 1993... 1993 No Gun for Asmir : A Story that Cried Out to be Told
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A Country Postmistress, Women Artists, Aboriginal People, a Tin Miner, a Bomber Pilot, a Refugee: Publishing Their Stories Christobel Mattingley , 2009 single work criticism autobiography
— Appears in: Oral History Association of Australia , no. 31 2009; (p. 30-36)
Widely published Australian author and historian Christobel Mattingley has written biographies of two significant Tasmanians, two major Aboriginal histories, three film scripts about women artists, and accounts of a Second World War bomber pilot and of a Bosnian refugee, all using oral history. This article outlines aspects of her approach to her writing and to her subjects, and how her books have emerged from her own life journey.
A Country Postmistress, Women Artists, Aboriginal People, a Tin Miner, a Bomber Pilot, a Refugee: Publishing Their Stories Christobel Mattingley , 2009 single work criticism autobiography
— Appears in: Oral History Association of Australia , no. 31 2009; (p. 30-36)
Widely published Australian author and historian Christobel Mattingley has written biographies of two significant Tasmanians, two major Aboriginal histories, three film scripts about women artists, and accounts of a Second World War bomber pilot and of a Bosnian refugee, all using oral history. This article outlines aspects of her approach to her writing and to her subjects, and how her books have emerged from her own life journey.
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    Western Europe, Europe,
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    Ex Yugoslavia,
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    Eastern Europe, Europe,
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    Bosnia & Herzegovina,
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    Ex Yugoslavia,
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    Eastern Europe, Europe,
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