HIGH COMMAND, Australia and Allied Strategy, 1939 - 1945,

By: D M Horner

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George Allen & Unwin, Sydney - first edition, 1982. hardcover, 8 7/8" x 5 3/4", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped, protected dust jacket. Black cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine, khaki endpapers, 24 b&w photographs, 17 maps, 5 charts, list of abbreviations, appendices, bibliography, index. Published in association with Australian War Memorial. Meticulously written and based on recently-released archives, this book analyses how Australian strategy-making took place, on the battlefield and in Canberra, Washington and London. New relelations; the role of signals intelligence; miscalculation; Australian government authority challenged; alterations to important cables - all part of the remarkable story of the political battles behind the military battles.

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