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Book Description Penguin, 2001. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Orders shipped daily from the UK. Professional seller. Seller Inventory # mon0000111452
Book Description Viking, Ringwood, Vic, 2001. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. viii+209pp., Pictorial colour illustrated cover with col. portrait of author on rear, light edge and corner wear to covers with mild tanning to pages and small tear top corner of page 159, notes, further reading, index. In this important new book, Henry Reynolds examines the controversial question of genocide, aware that there can be no final answer. Taking as his starting point the definition of genocide in the United Nations Genocide Convention, he looks at key events in Australia's history, including the smallpox epidemic of 1789, Tasmania's infamous Black Line, the actions of the Queensland Native Police, and the assimilationist policies of the 1950s. Size: Octavo. Book. Seller Inventory # 000787
Book Description Viking, Ringwood, Vic., 2001. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. viii+209pp., Pictorial photographic covers with hint of fading to spine and tanning to edge of textblock & outer edge of pages, ack., intro., conclusion, notes, index. Was the killing of Aboriginal people by white settlers genocide? Were government policies designed to eliminate the Aboriginal races? Size: Octavo. Book. Seller Inventory # 004624
Book Description Viking Penguin Australia, 2001. Softcover. Condition: Near Fine. Was the killing of Aboriginal people by white settlers genocide? Were government policies designed to eliminate the Aboriginal races?In 1830 the Secretary of State for the Colonies, Sir George Murray, wrote: 'the adoption of any line of conduct, having for its avowed, or for its secret object, the extinction of a Native race, could not fail to leave an indelible stain upon the character of the British Government.'Has our history left an 'indelible stain' upon the character of Australian governments - imperial, colonial, federal, State - as Sir George Murray feared so long ago?In this important new book, Henry Reynolds examines the controversial question of genocide, aware that there can be no final answer. An Indelible Stain? will be a valuable contribution to the national debate on one of the most vital issues facing Australia in the twenty-first century. pp. 209 First Edition #0920 (Light age tanning) ISBN 10: 0670912204ISBN 13: 9780670912209 Elizabeth's Bookshops have been one of Australia's premier independent book dealers since 1973. Elizabeth's family-owned business operates four branches in Perth CBD, Fremantle (WA), and Newtown (NSW). All orders are dispatched within 24 hours from our Fremantle Warehouse. All items can be viewed at Elizabeth's Bookshop Warehouse, 23 Queen Victoria Street, Fremantle WA. Seller Inventory # 17078
Book Description Penguin, 2001. Ausreichend/Acceptable: Exemplar mit vollständigem Text und sämtlichen Abbildungen oder Karten. Schmutztitel oder Vorsatz können fehlen. Einband bzw. Schutzumschlag weisen unter Umständen starke Gebrauchsspuren auf. / Describes a book or dust jacket that has the complete text pages (including those with maps or plates) but may lack endpapers, half-title, etc. (which must be noted). Binding, dust jacket (if any), etc may also be worn. Seller Inventory # M00670912204-B