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In the Footsteps of Our Father single work   prose  
Alternative title: In the Footsteps of My Father : An Anzac Daughter Gives Thanks to Crete
Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 In the Footsteps of Our Father
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'Last month [October 2010], the family of Australia's most celebrated Aboriginal soldier travelled to Greece to walk in his footsteps. Reg Saunders, with the help of a remarkable woman, was able to evade capture by the Nazis on the occupied island of Crete. Almost 70 years later, Mike Sweet accompanies Reg's children as they renew a deep and extraordinary connection.' (Editor's abstract)


  • The title 'In the Footsteps of My Father: An Anzac Daughter Gives Thanks to Crete' appears on page three of the Age together with photographs of Reg Saunders and Glenda Humes, and a brief introductory remark pointing to the main article in the 'Insight' section of the newspaper.

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Age 20 November 2010 Z1743621 2010 newspaper issue 2010 pg. 4-5 Section: Insight
    Note: illus., ports (Reg Saunders, Brianna Humes, Glenda Humes)
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