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Australia, Britain and the E.E.C.

H. G. Gelber

Australia, Britain and the E.E.C.

1961 to 1963

by H. G. Gelber

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Published by O.U.P. .
Written in English


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Statementby H.G. Gelber.
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Open LibraryOL21871251M

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Streams of migration from the British Isles to Australia played a key role in Australia's development, and the people of Australia are still predominantly of British or Irish origin (See: Anglo-Celtic Australians).According to the Australian Census, around million Australians were born in Britain, despite the last substantial scheme for preferential migration from Britain to Australia Australian High Commission, London: British High.

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Extremely remote from their traditional allies and trading partners—it is s miles (19, km) from Australia to Great Britain via the Indian Ocean and the Suez Canal and about 7, miles (11, km) across the Pacific Ocean to the west coast of the United States—Australians have become more interested in the proximity of huge.

As Britain went into Europe and Australia went its own way, a role reversal happened. Of the two countries, Australia is the more sovereign.

It can define its own interests and policies ad libitum. In a strategy deliberately counter to many earlier texts which focus on social aspects of death and dying this book will not examine death through the social prism of US or British culture alone.

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It demonstrates just how proficient women were in employing a diverse vocabulary of emotions – drawing on concepts like embarrassment, humiliation, honour, courage, and chivalry. Australia duly hewed the wood and drew the water at Maralinga, and stood by while Britain’s nuclear and military elite trashed a swathe of Australia’s landscape and then, in the mids.Altered Memories of the Great War is the first book to compare the distinctive collective narratives that emerged within Britain and the Dominions in response to World War I.

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