Peacekeeping
Most Australian Army unit histories are based on units: infantry battalion, artillery regiments, engineer squadrons and the like....  
Jay Winter is Charles J Stille Professor of History Emeritus at Yale University....  
In Their Time of Need documents this century-long commitment, focusing on the overseas deployment of defence and other personnel and equipment for broadly humanitarian goals, generally in response to a call for assistance after a natural disaster or other non-conflict related emergency....  
Paul Moorcroft is a writer with four decades of experience in the subject matter covered in Dying for the Truth....  
Training for War examines the history of Headquarters 1st Division. The 1st Division was first formed in 1914 for service during World War I as a part of the Australian Imperial Force (AIF)....  
Michael White produced the first edition of his work back in 1992....  
Bob Breen has made another valuable contribution to the record of Australia’s military history in The Good Neighbour: Australian Peace Support Operations in the Pacific Islands, 1980–2006....  
When the Cold War ended in 1990, no one could (or did) predict that over the next 25 years Australian Army personnel would be deployed to Somalia, Rwanda, Cambodia, Bougainville, East Timor, Afghanistan, Iraq and the Solomon Islands....  
In Winning the Peace Dr Andrew Carr examines the question of Australia’s position and influence on regional and global norms as a ‘middle power’ in the period 1983 to 2013....  
In Winning the Peace, Dr Andrew Carr examines the question of Australia’s position and influence on regional and global norms as a ‘middle power’ in the period 1983 to 2013....  
I had the honour to serve with Ian Mansfield in 1992 as he began his second career in the business of ridding the world of land mines....  
Following the vote in favour of self-determination in 1999 chaos engulfed East Timor. Dozens of buildings burned, thousands of people were displaced from their homes and some were injured or killed....  
The Good International Citizen: Australian Peacekeeping in Asia, Africa and Europe, 1991-1993. Volume 3 of the Official History of Australian Peacekeeping, Humanitarian and Post-Cold War Operations. by David Horner and John Connor...  
Following the vote in favour of self-determination in 1999 chaos engulfed East Timor....  
The Australian Army from Whitlam to Howard is the first critical examination of Australia’s post-Vietnam War military operations, spanning the 35 years between the election of Gough Whitlam as Prime Minister in 1972 and the defeat of the Howard Government in 2007. As David Horner, Australia’s pre-eminent military historian writes in the foreword “the task...  
Australia and the New World Order: from peackeeping to peace enforcement 1988-1991 is the second in a five volume Official History of Australian Peacekeeping, Humanitarian and Post-Cold War Operations series. The ‘New World Order’ phrase pertains to the period immediately after the end of the Cold War when there was great hope for a more...  
We cautiously approach the area where the explosion had just occurred. Minutes earlier a thunderous crack had ruptured the peace of the morning.  A thin dirty black plume of smoke and dirt curled up into a clear blue sky. We knew what had happened because the explosion hadn’t been announced with the “Infegar! Infegar! Infegar!”...  
When the call came for volunteers for the Commonwealth Monitoring Force in Rhodesia at the end of 1979, I knocked on my commanding officer’s door with my passport in my hand. Implementing a ceasefire was not active service, but opportunities to get an inch of glory were few and far between....  
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