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In The Money Miners, Trevor Sykes writes of how and why mining shares rose and fell so dramatically at the end of 1969, and traces the scandals and collapse of many companies in the wildest stock market boom Australia has ever seen. Ultimately, this is a story of greed, a story of those who were more interested in mining money rather than minerals.
Edited by Jim Mitchell
The Moon Seems Upside Down is a story of love and war told through the letters of Arthur Alan Mitchell, who served with the 2/2nd Pioneer Battalion and later suffered as a prisoner of war on the Burma Railroad. The letters provide a unique insight into what the Second World War was like for Australian soldiers, and for the people who waited for them back home.
Patricia Grimshaw Susan Janson Marian Quartly
Together with its companion volume, Freedom Bound II, which deals with the twentieth century, this volume documents the dreams that inspired women, the pleasures and pain that informed their politics and the desires that enthralled them, even as they bade them to be free.
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