Curtin's War by John Edwards

John Edwards explores Australia's quick realignment with the US when the war in the Pacific reached Australian shores.

Second World War (1939-45)
Army, Air Force, Navy

In 1941, Australian troops were far from home fighting Axis forces across North Africa and the Middle East. By 1942, Japan had advances on Singapore and seized Australian territories in New Guinea while America joined the Allies in the Pacific.

John Edwards discusses the leadership of Prime Minister John Curtin during this pivotal time in Australian history.

Reviewed 07 December 2020

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