The Resource Colonising Yolngu defence : Arnhem Land in the Second World War and transnational uses of Indigenous people in the Second World War, Noah J. Riseman

Colonising Yolngu defence : Arnhem Land in the Second World War and transnational uses of Indigenous people in the Second World War, Noah J. Riseman

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Colonising Yolngu defence : Arnhem Land in the Second World War and transnational uses of Indigenous people in the Second World War
Title
Colonising Yolngu defence
Title remainder
Arnhem Land in the Second World War and transnational uses of Indigenous people in the Second World War
Statement of responsibility
Noah J. Riseman
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
VU
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Melbourne, School of Historical Studies, 2008.
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Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • theses
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Colonising Yolngu defence : Arnhem Land in the Second World War and transnational uses of Indigenous people in the Second World War, Noah J. Riseman
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: leaves 261-315
Contents
Introduction: reading colonialism and Indigenous involvement in the Second World War -- Pt 1: Colonial contexts: Multiple beginnings: settler colonialism in Arnhem Land to 1941 -- "Undesirable in principle, but..." : The military and Indigenous people -- Pt 2: Settlers, Yolngu, and war in Arnhem Land An exception in the equation? : Donald Thomson and the NTSRU -- So what changed? : white men and Yolngu men during World War II -- Allies at war: Yolngu men, Yolngu women, Yolngu stories -- Pt 3: Taking the story abroad: The "Martial race" and Pacific Islanders at War in Papua and New Guinea -- The Navajo codetalkers as warriors for the settler nation -- Conclusion -- Appendix 1: Transcript of interview with Phyllis Batumbil, 29 September 2005 -- Appendix 2: Transcript of interview with Old Charlie, 29 September 2005
Control code
000043478561
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
xi, 355 leaves, bound
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
  • Grant;
  • Noah J. Riseman;
Other physical details
ill., map, ports
Stock number
MAR09/028
Label
Colonising Yolngu defence : Arnhem Land in the Second World War and transnational uses of Indigenous people in the Second World War, Noah J. Riseman
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: leaves 261-315
Contents
Introduction: reading colonialism and Indigenous involvement in the Second World War -- Pt 1: Colonial contexts: Multiple beginnings: settler colonialism in Arnhem Land to 1941 -- "Undesirable in principle, but..." : The military and Indigenous people -- Pt 2: Settlers, Yolngu, and war in Arnhem Land An exception in the equation? : Donald Thomson and the NTSRU -- So what changed? : white men and Yolngu men during World War II -- Allies at war: Yolngu men, Yolngu women, Yolngu stories -- Pt 3: Taking the story abroad: The "Martial race" and Pacific Islanders at War in Papua and New Guinea -- The Navajo codetalkers as warriors for the settler nation -- Conclusion -- Appendix 1: Transcript of interview with Phyllis Batumbil, 29 September 2005 -- Appendix 2: Transcript of interview with Old Charlie, 29 September 2005
Control code
000043478561
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
xi, 355 leaves, bound
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
  • Grant;
  • Noah J. Riseman;
Other physical details
ill., map, ports
Stock number
MAR09/028

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