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Research for this book has drawn primarily and extensively on the records of the National Archives of Australia in both Canberra and Melbourne, the National Library collection of Private Papers and the Australian War Memorial. In addition, use has been made of the United States National Archives, particularly the libraries of Presidents Truman, Kennedy and Johnson, the UK National Archives at Kew, the private papers of David Lloyd George held at Parliament House, London, and the National Archives of the Netherlands. Details of primary sources are cited in the endnotes.

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