Pandemic

WOODSLANE PRESSSKU: 9781925868449

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Ian W. Shaw
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Imprint: WOODSLANE PRESS
Author:
Ian W. Shaw
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About the Author

<p>Ian W. Shaw is an acclaimed writer of narrative nonfiction who has made an important contribution to Australian history and to the understanding of our nation. After a decade of school teaching and twenty-five years working as a security risk analyst for both government agencies and large private companies, Ian became a full-time writer in 2012. Ian has published eight works on Australian and military history, all of which are characterised by his ability to locate and access hidden tales from our past, and for his meticulous and far-reaching research.</p><br>

Table of Content

<p>1.    Introduction</p><br><br><p>2.    Incubation</p><br><br><p>3.    Prophylaxis</p><br><br><p>4.    An Ounce of Prevention</p><br><br><p>5.    Woodman’s Point</p><br><br><p>6.    Hiatus: December 1918-January 1919</p><br><br><p>7.    Public Policy, Private Pain</p><br><br><p>8.    New South Wales: The Heart of the Matter</p><br><br><p>9.    Victoria: A State of (some) Denial</p><br><br><p>10.  South Australia: A Big Picnic and a Small Mutiny</p><br><br><p>11.  Queensland: A Little Late, a Little Light</p><br><br><p>12.  Western Australia: Friction at the Edges</p><br><br><p>13.  Tasmania and T.I. : The Outliers</p><br><br><p>14.  Post-mortem</p><br><br><p>Appendix: The long voyage of the Boonah</p><br>

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