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The Greek-Turkish War 1919–23 (Hardback)

An Australian Press Perspective

Imprint: Gorgias Press
Series: Conflict and Trade
Pages: 373
ISBN: 9781593339678
Published: 31st December 2008
Casemate UK Academic

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The book describes different facets of the Greek-Turkish conflict (1919-23) through the eyes of of the Australian press. Australia’s national identity was forged on the shores of the Gallipoli Peninsula fighting against the Ottoman Empire in 1915. After the war, Australia stayed involved with that area of the world as it sought to chart an 'independent' foreign policy within the framework of the British Empire. This book discusses the role that Australia's press played during that conflict and how it shaped Australian nationalism and identity going forward.

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