Online resources & Further reading

Online resources

Appendix “The National Service Scheme, 1964-72” by Sue Langford to Peter Edwards, A Nation at War: Australian politics, society and diplomacy during the Vietnam War 1965-1975. The  official history of Australia’s involvement in Southeast Asian conflicts 1948-1975, vol.VI, Crows Nest, NSW, Allen & Unwin, 1997.

Michael Hamel-Green, Article, “Vietnam: Beyond Pity”, Australian Left Review, April-May 1970, pp.53-65.

Save Our Sons Movement, 1965-1973, The Australian Women’s Register.


Further Reading

Jim F. Cairns, Silence Kills: Events Leading Up to the Vietnam Moratoriu on 8 May, Vietnam Moratorium Committee, Richmond, 1970.

Phillip Deery and Julie Kimber, Fighting Against War: Peace Activism in the Twentieth Century, Leftbank Press, Melbourne, 2015.

Roy Forward and Bob Reece, (eds.), Conscription in Australia, Queensland University Press, St Lucia, 1968.

Michael Hamel-Green, “The Resisters: a history of the anti-conscription movement 1964-1972” in King, P. (ed.), Australia’s Vietnam, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1983.

Peter King, P. (ed.), Australia’s Vietnam, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1983.

George McTurnan Kahin, Intervention: How America Became Involved in Vietnam, Knopf, New York, 1986.

Langley, Greg, A Decade of Dissent: Vietnam and the Conflict on the Home Front, Allen & Unwin, North Sydney, 1992.

Philip Mendes, The New Left, the Jews and the Vietnam War, 1965-1972, Lazare Press, North Caulfield, 1993.

John Murphy, Harvest of Fear: A History of Australia’s Vietnam War, Allen & Unwin, St Leonards NSW, 1973.

Val Noone, Disturbing the War: Melbourne Catholics and Vietnam, Spectrum, Richmond, 1993.

Malcolm Saunders and Ralph Summy, The Australian Peace Movement : A Short History, Peace Research Centre, ANU, Canberra, 1986.

Harry Van Moorst, “The Vietnam Moratorium: Protest and Resistance”, in Blackburn, Susan, Breaking Out: Memories of Melbourne in the 1970s, Hale & Iremonger, Willoughby NSW, 2015.