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Respect for local RAAF personnel goes sky high during the Gulf War
Title : Respect for local RAAF personnel goes sky high during the Gulf War Respect for local RAAF personnel goes sky high during the Gulf War
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Source : News Review Messenger, 13 February 1991, p. 1
Date of creation : 1991
Format : Newspaper
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Brief article describing the rise in support for Australian Air Force personnel at the RAAF base at Edinburgh, in Adelaide's north, during the Gulf War.

Coverage year : 1991
Period : 1980-2000
Place : Edinburgh (S. Aust.)
Region : Adelaide metropolitan area
Further reading :

Bennis, Phyllis and Michel Moushabeck. Beyond the storm : a Gulf crisis reader, Brooklyn, N.Y. : Olive Branch Press, 1991

Gordon, Michael R. and Bernard E. Trainor. The generals' war : the inside story of the conflict in the Gulf, Boston : Little, Brown, c1995

Groot, Murray and Rodney Tiffen (eds.). Australia's Gulf War, Carlton, Vic: Melbourne University Press, 1992

Malik, J. Mohan. The Gulf War : Australia's role and Asian-Pacific responses, Canberra : Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, 1992

Sifry Micah L. and Christopher Cerf (eds.). The Gulf war reader : history, documents, opinions, New York, NY : Times Books, c1991

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