Harry Reynolds presents a different history of Australia through the eyes of remarkable and largely forgotten people. This story begins with Australia's first punitive expedition in December 1790 and the first clash of conscience about the use of violence which took place between Governor Arthur Phillip and Lieutenant William Dawes. It ends on the eve of World War II with Harry Bennett still expressing deep anger about the condition of the Aboriginies and the attitudes of whites Australia.
Allen & Unwin
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