“Archie” Source:Thuppahis Michael Roberts, being an abridged version of an old article presented in the Library of Social Science run by Richard Koenigsberg and others. Addressing the practices of remembrance in Australia, Richard Koenigsberg has noted the irony that a battlefield defeat at Gallipoli in World War One, 1915, served a people as an emblem ...

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Source:Pulsenews The founder of Peace Studies at UNE, Dr Bernard Swan, has passed away. His work and influence is remembered here by Dr DB Subedi with Dr Marty Branagan. Credit for the initiation of Peace Studies at the UNE goes to Dr. Bernard Swan, a Geographer who had specialised in ...

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 Williamson’s swashbuckling 85 in vain as New Zealand lose second consecutive global limited-overs final, but they were the Test Champions in year 2020  Australia 173 for 2 (Marsh 77*, Warner 53, Boult 2-18) beat New Zealand 172 for 4 (Williamson 85, Hazlewood 3-16) by eight wickets  The T 20 WC eighth edition  ...

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Merle Ronald Haggard was born in a converted boxcar at Oildale California on the 6th of April 1937. At the tender age of 3 months, his dad & mum noticed him “keeping time” to the radio music outside his bassinet. It was obvious that he already had music on his ...

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