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Peter Stanley

Prof. Peter Stanley of the University of NSW Canberra is one of Australia’s most distinguished military-social historians. Formerly the Principal Historian at the Australian War Memorial, Australia’s national military museum, he has published over thirty books, many in Australian military history, and especially on the world wars. In 2011 his book Bad Characters: Sex, Crime, Mutiny, Murder and the Australian imperial Force, was jointly awarded the Prime Minister’s Prize for Australian History. Peter has published several books on the military social history of British India, including White Mutiny (1998), the first book on the British soldiers’ protest of 1859-60 in Bengal and Die in Battle, Do not Despair (2015), the first book on Indians on Gallipoli.

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