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    y separately published work icon Zombie Myths of Australian Military History Craig Stockings (editor), Sydney : University of New South Wales Press , 2010 Z1694923 2010 selected work biography prose

    Introduction: The Walking 'Undead' and Australian Military History – 1. The Frontier War that Never Was / John Connor – 2. Breaker Morant: the Murderer as Martyr / Craig Wilcox – 3. The Myths of August at Gallipoli / Rhys Crawley – 4. Australians Broke the Hindenburg Line / Elizabeth Greenhalgh – 5. 'There is an idea that the Australian is a born soldier...' / Craig Stockings – 6. Out in the Midday Sun : The Loss of HMAS Sydney II / Peter Dennis – 7. Dramatic Myth and Dull Truth: Invasion by Japan in 1942 / Peter Stanley – 'Australia's Thermopylae'? The Kokoda Trail / David Stevens – 9. In Every War but One? Myth, History and Vietnam / Jeffrey Grey – 10. Two Tales of Timor / Clinton Fernandes – Epilogue: Returning the Zombies to Their Graves.

    Sydney : University of New South Wales Press , 2010
    pg. 29-49
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