By Andrew Tink
Tink’s tale is pushed through humans, whether or not they be best ministers, infantrymen, shop-keepers, singers, footballers or farmers; a mixture of males or girls, Australian-born, immigrants and Aborigines. He brings the many years to lifestyles, writing with empathy, humour and perception to create a story that's as enjoyable because it is illuminating.
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Australia 1901 - 2001: A Narrative History by Andrew Tink