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Eureka : The Unfinished Revolution - Peter FitzSimons

Eureka

The Unfinished Revolution

Author: Peter FitzSimons
Read by: Robert Meldrum

Audio CD

Published: 1st November 2012
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Book Description

The Eureka Stockade was Australia's answer to the Boston Tea Party, to the French people's storming of the Bastille. It was the moment when the diggers sense of outraged justice united them into a force that changed the course of Australian history.

It is the greatest Australian legend outside of war-time, and one that has enormous resonance in the 21st Century as Australians continue to discuss what our formal relationship with Britain should be. Karl Marx followed it closely and wrote about it extensively, while Mark Twain described it as "the finest thing in Australasian history. It was a revolution - small in size; but great politically; it was a strike for liberty, a struggle for principle, a stand against injustice and oppression."



Peter FitzSimons - brings the whole story to life in his trademark fashion, making the reader feel like they're there, as the mighty Eureka flag is first raised and rebels swear allegiance to it; as the British red-coats first launch their attack, as the digger-rebels fight back in kind.

ISBN: 9781743136249
ISBN-10: 1743136242
Audience: General
Format: Audio CD
Language: English
Published: 1st November 2012
Weight (kg): 0.5