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Ships being berthed at White Bay | Photographer: Sam Hood | Courtesy of State Library NSW.

“Conflict caused by expansion inland and coastal lodgements around the continent has, in many ways, been incorporated into Australian military history. However, conflict caused by expansion across the seas remains understudied.” – Dr Craig Wilcox 

The Royal Australian Historical Society will host Dr Craig Wilcox for the next instalment of their 2019 lecture series, which will consider what the course of Australian maritime frontier conflict might look like.

When:  Wednesday 3 July 2019, 1-2pm
Where: History House, 133 Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Cost:    Free, but registration is essential. Please register here.

Dr Craig Wilcox has worked at the Australian War Memorial, has held a fellowship at the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies in London, and is an honorary Associate of the Centre for Historical Research at the National Museum of Australia. His books include Australia’s Boer War (2002), Red Coat Dreaming (2007), A Kind of Victory(2014) and Badge Boot Button (2017). His current project is a history of Australian maritime frontier conflict.

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