By Joan Beaumont,Lachlan Grant,Aaron Pegram
Beyond give up examines the effect that types of camps, commandants and destinations had on quit, survival, criminal lifestyles and the customers of get away. It considers the attitudes of Australian governments to those that had surrendered, the paintings of reduction firms and the anguish of households ready at domestic for his or her husbands, brothers and fathers to be freed.
Covering a number of conflicts and various websites of captivity, past quit showcases new study from Kate Ariotti, Joan Beaumont, Lachlan furnish, Jeffrey gray, Karl James, Jennifer Lawless, Peter Monteath, Melanie Oppenheimer, Aaron Pegram, Lucy Robertson, Seumas Spark and Christina Twomey.
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Beyond Surrender: Australian prisoners of war in the twentieth century by Joan Beaumont,Lachlan Grant,Aaron Pegram