A summary of Irish role in history and literature of Australia, written prior to more recent research and publications in the area.
They remembered the Black and Tans. Twenty years later, they refused to be conscripted into the British army a world away.
1917 was a bitter year – probably the most bitter in white Australia’s history – but also one of which Irish Australians can be proud.
How the ‘Warwick egg incident’ of 1917 exemplified an Australian nation divided.
A major event in the formative history of Warwick will be brought to life and celebrated around the town on Saturday, November 18th November.
In September 1916, a 27-year-old police officer George Duncan was shot dead in Tottenham, a small mining town in the copper belt of western New South Wales. The perpetrators were Roland Kennedy and Frank Franz, two members of the IWW.
Democratic Opposition to War:
The 1916-17 Anti-Conscription Campaigns: Impacts and Legacies