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Red Coat Dreaming How Colonial Australia the British Army by Craig Wilcox

Red Coat Dreaming How Colonial Australia the British Army by Craig Wilcox

Red Coat Dreaming How Colonial Australia embraced the British Army by C. Wilcox

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RedCoat Dreaming

 

From the first British settlement to the First World War, some Australians were indifferent to and even disdainful of the military force that fomented the Rum Rebellion and shot down gold miners at Eureka. Yet many were proud of the British Army's achievements on battlefields
far from Australia.

Hundreds of Australians enlisted in the army or married its officers and rankers; thousands had served in it before settling in Australia, and hundreds of thousands barracked when the army went to war. Red Coat Dreaming challenges our understanding of Australia's military history and the primacy of the Anzac legend. It shows how few Australians were immune to the allure and historic associations of the red coat, the British Army's sartorial signature, and leaves readers thinking differently about Australia's identity and experience of war.

  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Cover Soft (SB) or Hardback (HB): Hard Boards with Dust Jacket
  • Comment: 1st edition and collectable Quality
  • Book Condition: PERFECT - NEW BOOK
  • Total Pages: 179

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