Explores some major themes in Australian history: the founding of British Australia; convicts and convictism; Aboriginal responses to European settlement; the gold rushes; the rise of the Labor Parties; Federation; women; the Anzac Legend; the Great Depression; post-war immigration; the Menzies era; the Whitlam Government; and Australia in the 1960s.
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