Bibliography

Chapter 1 - Going back

TI130Y - Gray, Marina; Wood, Philip, Terowie Institute 130 Years – A Social History of Terowie

AWM - Australian War Memorial, Canberra

ABP - Brune, Peter, A Bastard of a Place

CET - White, Ken, Criado: a story of East Timor

AGP - Wurth, Bob,1942: Australia’s greatest peril

MFBB - Gray, Huon, MacArthur, From Bataan and Back

Chapter 2 - Reveille

TMOW - Raftery, John, The Marks of War

TBBDW - Burns, John, The Brown and Blue Diamond at War

TBBDW - Weir, Alan, notation; Burns, John, The Brown and Blue Diamond at War

TBBDWN - Raftery, John, No 120, March 2008, The Brown and Blue Diamond newsletter

WWT - Barrett, John, We Were There

AWM - Australian War Memorial, Canberra, http://www.awm.gov.au/encyclopedia/enlistment/ww2/

AWM - Australian War Memorial, Canberra, http://www.awm.gov.au/encyclopedia/enlistment/ww2/

AWM - Australian War Memorial, Canberra, http://www.awm.gov.au/units/unit_11278.asp

AWM - Australian War Memorial, Canberra, http://www.awm.gov.au/units/unit_11267.asp

AWM - Australian War Memorial, Canberra, http://www.awm.gov.au/units/unit_11265.asp

Chapter 3 - A fighting force

TBBDW - Burns, John, The Brown and Blue Diamond at War

TWBH - Cummins, Joseph, The World's Bloodiest History

TRN - Honda, Katsuichi, Nankin e no Michi (The Road to Nanjing). Reference Gibney, Frank, The Nanjing Massacre: A Japanese Journalist Confronts Japan’s National Shame. Honda, an investigative journalist writing for the Asahi Shimbun newspaper published a series of articles in the 1970s called Chūgoku no Tabi (Travels in China).

TBFA - Wurth, Bob, The Battle for Australia

TGMON - Woods, John (translated), The Good man of Nanking, the Diaries of John Rabe

SAAC - Lan, Wang, researcher State Archives Administration of China, release titled U.S. archives reveal war massacre of 500,000 Chinese by Japanese army posted in English on China Economic Net (http://en.ce.cn) 13/12/07 on the 70th anniversary of the massacre and the reopening of the Nanjing Massacre Memorial. Wang Lan cited two copies of telegrams discovered in the U.S. National Archives, reference numbers RG59-793.94/11631 and RG59-793.94/12207.

AWM - Australian War Memorial, Canberra, http://www.awm.gov.au/encyclopedia/pow/ww2_japanese

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