The Resource The stolen veteran: : institutionalisation, military service, and the Stolen Generations, Noah Riseman

The stolen veteran: : institutionalisation, military service, and the Stolen Generations, Noah Riseman

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The stolen veteran: : institutionalisation, military service, and the Stolen Generations
Title
The stolen veteran:
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institutionalisation, military service, and the Stolen Generations
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Noah Riseman
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Language
eng
Summary
Analysis of the relationship between the armed forces and the Stolen Generations, and discusses the argument that military service provided a new social and economic opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander advancement, through examination of the story of Stolen Generations member Dave Cook, his removal from his family, to Kinchela Boys Home, his time in the Army during the Vietnam War and how these experiences impacted of his life after he left the Army in 1968
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1982-
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Riseman, Noah
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • Cook, David
  • Kinchela Aboriginal Boys Training Home
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The stolen veteran: : institutionalisation, military service, and the Stolen Generations, Noah Riseman
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Bibliography: p. 72-77
Label
The stolen veteran: : institutionalisation, military service, and the Stolen Generations, Noah Riseman
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 72-77

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