Hard to Go Bung
This book contains the story of Australia's most successful scheme for settling returned soldiers on their own farms. The book includes the recollections of many of the 6000 families who gained a livelihood on farms across the state.
World War 2 soldier settlement in Victoria, 1945-1962
Includes bibliographical references and index.
The nature of the problem -- Fire in their belly -- This contentious matter -- A cohesive core -- No bureaucratic nonsense -- No marginal frontiers -- Crown property -- Going it alone -- Good farmers and good fighters -- Like a palace -- Just like winning tatts -- Caught in the squeeze -- Punch and counter-punch -- Ending the era.
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