A Critical History of Australia
The book records in a simple language a critical history of Australia, from the day when Eendracht landed on the Barren Island in 1616 to the dolorous days of John Howard’s government in 2007. It is written using various primary and secondary sources in the factual presentation of history. It looks at an insightful story of Australia and uses history to see the past in a new way. Written in clear and lucid style, the book captures the imagination of the readers who fall in love with ‘down under,’ the exotic land of Kangaroos.
JACK SINGH was born in Fiji and moved to London, where he lived for a number of years before migrating to Australia. He is a graduate of Murdoch University, Western Australia, attaining B.A. in History and B.Sc., majoring in Sustainable Development. Also, he has attained a MEL (Master of Environmental Law) from Sydney University and a couple of professional certificates. He has had extensive work experience in UK and Australia, including a stint as an Officer of the Supreme Court of Judicature at the Law Courts, Strand, London. For the past 30 years, he has been running his own private practice in Environmental Law, Land and Planning Development, Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development.
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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 10 June, 2013.