Minefields and Miniskirts: Australian Women and the Vietnam War
History of Australian women's experiences during the Vietnam War based on interviews with 50 women Some had worked in Vietnam, others were anti-war protesters in Australia. Includes tragic stories of women married to veterans psychologically scarred by war. The author's previous book, 'The Snowy' won the NSW State Literary Award for Non-Fiction.
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