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References

[1] Eleanor Moore, The Quest for Peace As I Have Known It in Australia, p. 156. Melbourne, 1949.

[2] University of Melbourne Archives (hereafter UMA), United Peace Council Collection.

[3] Paul Wilson, A Question of Conscience: Pacifism in Victoria 1938-1945, PhD thesis, La Trobe University, 1984.

[4] Malcolm Saunders, Quiet Dissenter: The Life and Thought of an Australian Pacifist Eleanor May Moore 1875-1949, Monograph No 12, pp. 202-4, Peace Research Centre, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, Canberra, 1993.

[5] UMA Frank Coaldrake Collection.

[6] For the wartime activities of peace groups see Moore, E., ‘The Second World War’, The Quest for Peace As I Have Known It in Australia, pp. 135-149, Melbourne, 1949.

[7] Ibid.

[8] Peacemaker, July 1945, p 1, UMA. Peacemaker Collection

[9] Gallop Polls, Nos 294-303, September-October 1945, Quoted by D. Campbell in Working Paper No 1, Australian public opinion on national security issues, National Library, Canberra, April 1986.

[10] Coaldrake, F. W., ‘Towards Peace: report of the Australian Pacifist Conference held at Thornleigh, NSW, in January 1946’, UMA, Australian Peace Pledge Union Collection, Box 6, File 3.

[11] Carter, B., ‘The Peace Movement in the 1950s’, Australia’s First Cold War 1945-1959: Vol 2 Better Dead than Red (eds. A. Curthoys & J. Merritt), p. 65, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1984.

[12] Leaflet, Combined Women’s Organisations Protest Committee, UMA, Australian Peace Pledge Union Collection, Box 6, File 4.

[13] Melbourne Herald, July 1948; Jean Moran, Scientists in the Political and Public Arena: a social- intellectual history of the Australian Association of Scientific Workers, 1939-49 Master of Philosophy thesis, Griffith University, July, 1983.

[14] Santamaria, B. A., ‘Australian Policy’, Seventh Christian Social Week Lectures on the theme of 
nuclear weapons, p. 96, 2-9 September 1962

[15] Ibid.

[16] York, B. & Cochrane, P., ‘Communist Politics and Nuclear Logic’, Arena, no. 96, p. 80, 1984.

[17] Cockburn, S. & Ellyard, D., Oliphant— Life and Times of Sir Mark Oliphant, p. 132, Axion Books, Adelaide, 1981. See also Reynolds, W., Australia’s Bid for the Atomic Bomb, Melbourne University Press, 2000.

[18] David Stead (Novelist Christina Stead’s father), ’, a pamphlet, Australian Peace Pledge Union Collection, UMA, Box 6, File 4.

[19] Ibid.

[20] The Advertiser, 26 July 1946.

[21] Australian Peace Pledge Union Collection, Box 6, File 2

[22] The Peacemaker, September, September 1947. UMA Peacemaker Collection

[23] Ibid.

[24] Sydney Morning Herald, 7 July 1951.

[25] Hartley, M., The Truth Shall Prevail, p. 40, Spectrum Publications, Melbourne, 1982.

[26] Hartley, F., My Pilgrimage for Peace, A pamphlet. UMA, Victorian Peace Council Collection, 
Box 4.

[27] Jesse Street, Truth or Repose, pp. 198-204, Australasian Book Society, 1966.

[28] Victor James, Window on the years, p. 287. UMA, Victor James Collection, Box 20

[29] Hartley, M., The Truth Shall Prevail, p. 68, Spectrum Publications, Melbourne, 1982

[30] Victor James, ‘Power to the People’ - Unitarian Half-Hour Broadcasts, 3XY; Transcript No 455, p. 
1, Sunday 30 March 1958. UMA, Victor James Collection, Box 15, File 1.

[31] Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol 12, pp. 57-8.

[32] Hartley, M., The Truth Shall Prevail, p. 162, Spectrum Publications, Melbourne, 1982.

[33] Victor James, ‘Unitarian Half-Hour Broadcast; ‘Hiroshima 12 years after’, Transcript No 426, 4 August 1957. UMA,, Victor James Collection

[34] Victor James, Window on the Years, p. 315. UMA, Victor James Collection, Box 20.

[35] Frank Hartley Collection Box 13, File 1.

[36] Hartley, M., The Truth Shall Prevail, Spectrum Publications, Melbourne, 1982.

[37] Curthoys, B & McDonald, A., More Than a Glove and Hat Brigade: The Story of the Union of Australian Women, p. 77, Bookpress, Sydney, 1996.

[38] Gibson, R., One Woman’s Life — A memoir of Dorothy Gibson, p.82, Hale & Ironmonger, Sydney, 1986.

[39] ‘Relations with Pacifists’, a memo. UMA. Frank Hartley Collection, Box 13, File 4.

[40] Commonwealth Parliamentary Debates (House of Representatives), 29 October 1959, p. 2346.

[41] James, V. ‘Unitarian Half-Hour Broadcast; ‘Power to the People, Transcript No 426, 30 March 1958. UMA, Victor James Collection

[42] Women’s League for Peace and Freedom, Newsletter, Australian Section, Vol 1, No 1, June 1952, State Library of Victoria, WILPF Collection, Box 1731/8.

[43] Ibid.

[44] For an account of Hedley Marston’s battle with the Weapons Safety Committee and Ernst Titterton see Fallout: Hedley Marston and the British Bomb Tests in Australia by Roger Cross, Wakefield Press, Adelaide, 2000. See also Tim Sherratt, ‘A Political Inconvenience: Australian Scientists at the British Nuclear Weapons Tests, 1952-3’, Records of Australian Science, 6 (2), 198

[45] The Age, ‘Radioactive Rain Reported in the North’, p. 1, 23 June 1956.

[46] A submission, 4 September 1956, to Federal Cabinet by Howard Beale, Minister for 
Supply’. Sydney Morning Herald, September 1955.

[47] The Peacemaker, June 1946, p. 3, UMA Peacemaker Collection.

[48] The Peacemaker, September 1953, p. 4. UMA Peacemaker Collection.

[49] Tocsin, No 27, February 1958, UMA Victorian Peace Council Collection.

[50] Circular letter recording church resolutions, Frank Hartley Collection, Box 13, File 2.

[51] Tribune, 22 August 1962.

[52] Cavalcade to Canberra, 1963 — A Preliminary Report’, A & N.Z.C.I.C.D, UMA, Victorian Peace Council Collection, Box 4, File 2.

[53] Tehranian, M., ‘Map ping Trends and Tensions in Global Governance’, Social Alternatives, pp. 23-8, Vol 17, No 3 1998.