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Leadership at Loveday

When war came to Australia. The man appointed to run the Loveday Internment Camps was Lieutenant Colonel Dean. As it turned out Edwin Thayer Dean was an inspired choice. He was an experienced and decorated military leader, having served in … Continue reading

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A prison without prisoners

When war came to Australia. This series of posts introduces my work in progress, a research-based historical novel due out later this year. Camp 9, the oldest compound in the Loveday Internment Camp complex, was constructed nearly a year before the … Continue reading

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