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Australian history through the lens of migration.

Aussie History Podcast James Dampier

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Australian history through the lens of migration.

    AHP-116-Sydney Eccentrics: Bea Miles and Arthur Stace

    AHP-116-Sydney Eccentrics: Bea Miles and Arthur Stace

    In this episode we are a taking a look at two eccentrics who lived in Sydney in the early and mid 20th Century - Beatrice Miles and Arthur Stace

    Email me at james dampier.awp@gmail.com

    • 14 Min.
    AHP-115-The Bathurst Rebellion

    AHP-115-The Bathurst Rebellion

    The Bathurst Rebellion of 1830 was the strangest rebellion of the convict era. It took place around Bathurst about 170 kms to the west of Sydney. And it all started from a skinny-dipping incident.

    Remember you can email me at jamesdampier.awp@gmail.com

    • 14 Min.
    AHP-114-80th Anniversary of the Canberra Air Crash

    AHP-114-80th Anniversary of the Canberra Air Crash

    On 13 August 1940 a Royal Australian Airforce Lockheed Hudson aircraft crashed near the Canberra airport, killing all 10 passengers and crew on board. This crash had a significant impact on the Australian Government as the passengers on board included three Cabinet Ministers. The crash contributed to the downfall of the UAP Government of Robert Menzies.
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    • 8 Min.
    AHP-113- Australia and the Korean War, Part 2

    AHP-113- Australia and the Korean War, Part 2

    From 1950-53, 17,000 Australians in the Army, Navy and Air Force fought in the Korean War. In this episode we delve into some of the battles Australians fought in and the stories of a number of Australians who served in Korea.
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    • 39 Min.
    AHP-112-Australia and the Korean War, Part 1

    AHP-112-Australia and the Korean War, Part 1

    June 2020 marks the 70th anniversary of the start of the Korean War. The Korean War is often called the forgotten war. But, from 1950-53, 17,000 Australians fought as part of the United Nations Multinational Force, defending South Korea from the Communist forces of North Korea.

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    • 36 Min.
    AHP-111-More Bushrangers who were not Ned Kelly

    AHP-111-More Bushrangers who were not Ned Kelly

    It's back to bushrangers. In this episode were are focusing on Frank Pearson also known as ‘Captain Starlight' and James Alpin McPherson who went by the moniker the 'Wild Scotchman'. Check out the following YouTube video on the 'Wild Scotchman' and his escape attempt from St Helena prison island: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wITSpdaZj9g

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    • 18 Min.

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