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by Glen St John Barclay

ePub A Very Small Insurance Policy: The Politics of Australian Involvement in Vietnam, 1954-1967 download
Author:
Glen St John Barclay
ISBN13:
978-0702220692
ISBN:
0702220698
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Publisher:
University of Queensland Pr (Australia) (January 1, 1988)
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Humanities
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1223 kb
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Andrews, Australia and China: the Ambiguous Relationship (Melbourne, 1985); Glen St. J. Barclay, A Very Small Insurance Policy: the Politics of Australian Involvement in Vietnam, 1954–1967 (St Lucia, 1988); Robert Porter, Paul Hasluck: A Political Biography (Perth, 1993). 23. Pemberton, All the Way, pp. 202–8; . Edwards, Crises and Commitments: the Politics and Diplomacy of Australia’s Involvement in Southeast Asian Conflicts 1948–1965 (Sydney, 1992), pp. 265–6, 298 and 37. oogle Scholar.

Small Insurance Policy : The Politics of Australian Involvement in Vietnam, 1954-1967. Glen St. Twentieth Century Nationalism (Revolutions of Our Time .

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Australian involvement in Vietnam was driven by the Domino Theory and . 1. Prior to World War II, Australia’s foreign policy was strongly influenced by Britain.

Australian involvement in Vietnam was driven by the Domino Theory and a desire to align with the United States. All the way with LBJ. Menzies retired from politics in early 1966, aged 72, and was replaced by his deputy leader, Harold Holt. This changed during and after the war when Canberra sought closer defence ties with the United States. 2. Australian society and politics were also affected by Cold War paranoia.

Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War began with a small commitment of 30 military advisors in 1962, and increased over the following decade to a peak of 7,672 Australian personnel following the Menzies Government's April 1965 decision to upgrade its military commitment to South Vietnam's security

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Books specifically on Australian involvement in the Vietnam conflict .

Books specifically on Australian involvement in the Vietnam conflict included Michael Sexton, War for the Asking: Australia’s Vietnam Secrets (Ringwood, Vi. 1981); Peter King, e. Australia’s Vietnam: Australia in the Second Indo-China War (North Sydney, 1983) and Glen St. Barclay, A Very Small Insurance Policy: The Politics of Australian Involvement in Vietnam, 1954-1967 (St Lucia, Qld

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Barclay, Glen St. Friend in High Places: Australian-American Diplomatic Relations Since 1945 (Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1985). Dependent Ally: A Study in Australian Foreign Policy (Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1988). America’s Cold War: The Politics of Insecurity (Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2009). Ties of Blood and Empire: New Zealand’s Involvement in Middle East Defence and the Suez Crisis, 1947-1957 (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1994). Eden: The Life and Times of Anthony Eden, First Earl of Avon, 1897-1977 (New York: Random House, 2004).

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