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Raids on Australia: 1942 and Japan's Plans for Australia

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Media: BOOK - paperback, 318 pages
Author: P. Oliver
Year: 2010
ISBN: 9781921509605
Other: b&w photos, maps, bibliog, index
Publisher: Australian Scholarly Publishing

In 1942 many Australians believed the invasion of Australia was imminent, and only the heroism of the Australian soldiers at Milne Bay and Kokoda saved the nation from Japanese occupation.

We now know that Japan had decided not to invade long before the raids on Darwin and Sydney and the struggle for New Guinea.

This book explains the reasons Japan had for making no attempt at invasion, and what its intentions were for Australia, should New Guinea be occupied.

Content
Preface: "What did 'our boys' save us from?"
Introduction: Raiding Australia
1. Pre-federation networks
2. Through the great white walls 1901-1922
3. Undercurrents: Japan - an uncomfortable ally 1901-1920s
4. Under the power of the 'zaibatsu' 1920s-1940
5. Life in suburbia
6. Undercurrents: The question of espionage to 1937
7. Dangerous years 1937-1942
Conclusion: Saving Australia
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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