The Report of the Royal Commission Into British Nuclear Tests in Australia: Conclusions and Recommendations
Royal Commission into British Nuclear Tests in Australia, James Robert McClelland, Jill Fitch, William James Albert Jonas
Australian Government Publishing Service, 1985 - Atomic bomb - 32 pages
Recommendations 1, 2, 3 and 7 mention Aboriginal people specifically.
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