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DIETRICH BONHOEFFER: BEING THERE FOR OTHERS

by John Moses St Laurence Tract No.9, St Laurence Press ISBN: 978-0-9924370-1-5 (pbk)  Dietrich…

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PICTORIAL HISTORY: CAMDEN & DISTRICT

By Ian Willis ISBN: 978-0-9876067-9-2 (pbk) KIngsclear Books Beginning with the search for cattle that had…

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The Other Side of No Man’s Land. Arthur Wheen World War I Hero, Scholar and Pacifist

John Ramsland Brolga Publishing, Melbourne, 2015 ISBN:  9 781922 175694  (paperback) This is the story of Wheen’s extraordinary…

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EDUCATION REFORM: THE UNWINDING OF INTELLIGENCE AND CREATIVITY

Des Griffin ISBN: 978-3-319-01993-2 (Print) 978-3-319-01994-9 (Online)  Springer Books 2014 'Education Reform: The Unwinding of Intelligence and…

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TRUST IN THE CAPACITIES OF THE PEOPLE, DISTRUST ELITES

  Kenneth Good ISBN 978-1498502436 Lexington Books, 2014 The book offers a sharp critique of…

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ADELAIDE'S DISSENTING HEADMASTER

  Diana Chessell ISBN  9781743052402 (pbk) Wakefield Press,  ‘Adelaide’s Dissenting Headmaster’ documents the vocation of John…

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DAVID SYME: MAN OF THE AGE

Elizabeth Morrison ISBN: 9781922235350 (pbk) Monash University Publishing, Clayton, Victoria, 2014   The Melbourne Age…

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EILEAN GIBLIN: A FEMINIST BETWEEN THE WARS

Patricia Clarke ISBN 9781921867842, MOnash University Publishing 2013 During World War II, Eilean Giblin kept diaries…

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THE LACE BALCONY

Johanna Nicholls ISBN: 9781922052698 (pbk)          9781922052711 (e-book Simon & Schuster (Australia)…

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A WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: SCIENCE, MEN & HISTORY

Ann Moyal ISBN 9781742585970. UWA Publishing, Crawley, Western Australia, 2014 In A Woman of Influence,Ann…

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COLLISION COURSE: ENDLESS GROWTH ON A FINITE PLANET

Kerryn Higgs ISBN 9780262027731.   MIT Press, Cambridge Massachusetts, 2014 The notion of ever-expanding economic growth has…

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THE LUCK OF THE IRISH

Babette Smith ISBN: 9781742378121
ISBN-10: 1742378129; Allen & Unwin; paperback, 2014. All 250 Irish convicts survived…

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