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Secondhand. Very good condition. Dust jacket has little edge wear. The book is clean and binding tight.
On the 3rd March 1885, 700 soldiers left Sydney to join the British expeditionary force in the Sudan. This was the first military force dispatched by a self-governing colony to an imperial war.
Supporters praised the acting NSW Premier, William Brede Dalley, for making Australia a "Nation" and ensuring a grateful Britain would come to Australia's defence.
Opponents including Henry Parkes, formed Australis's first anti-war movement, denouncing the enterprise as unlawful and unnecessary.