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Sons, daughters, heroes
Title : Sons, daughters, heroes Sons, daughters, heroes
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Creator : Devlin, Rebekah
Source : Advertiser, 24 October 2001, p. 14-15
Date of creation : 2001
Additional Creator : Gordon, Danielle ; O'Brien, Barry
Format : Newspaper
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Article profiling some of the South Australians who were serving in the Persian Gulf as part of the 'War on Terror'.

Related names :

Bates, Daryl

Bates, John

Bates, Ruth

Hughes, Derek

Hughes, Martina

Hughes, Valerie

Law, Hazel

Law, Huw

Coverage year : 2001
Period : 2001-
Further reading :
Australia. Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Iraq: The path ahead, Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia, 2004

Blix, Hans. Disarming Iraq: the search for weapons of mass destruction, London: Bloomsbury, 2004

Fawn, Rick and Raymond Hinnebusch. The Iraq war : causes and consequences, Boulder, Colo. : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2006

Keegan, John. The Iraq war, New York : A.A. Knopf, 2004

Micheletti, Eric. Special forces in Afghanistan 2001-2003 : war against terrorism, Paris : Histoire & Collections ; [Poole : C. Lloyd [distributor]] , 2003

Nojumi, Neamatollah. The rise of the Taliban in Afghanistan : mass mobilization, civil war, and the future of the region, New York ; Basingstoke : Palgrave, 2002

Murray, Williamson and Robert H. Scales, Jr. The Iraq war : a military history, Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2003

Oppenheimer, Melanie. Australian women and war, Canberra : Dept. of Veterans' Affairs, 2008

Pax, Salam. The Baghdad blog, Melbourne, Victoria: Text Publishing, 2003

Why the war was wrong, Raimond Gaita (ed.); with contributions by Robert Manne ... [et al.], Melbourne, Victoria: Text Publishing, 2003

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