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Eye-opening first-hand accounts from Australian diplomats' wives, from the founding of the diplomatic service till recent decades. Adventure, hardship, war, opportunity, these are the fish-out-of-water stories of intelligent, dedicated women raising families in far-flung corners of the globe. They were the unpaid pioneers the nation relied on to help build its diplomatic service. Illustrated and indexed, this is an important picture of the way we were, and the way Australia stepped onto the global stage.
About the Author
Rachel Miller has been involved in children’s and women’s ministries for nearly nineteen years, and has had the joy of serving both in her hometown of Billings, MT as well as in various countries around the world. While her ministry has primarily focused on work among orphans, she has also led individual and group women’s Bible studies, taught at women’s meetings, participated in women’s prison ministries and overall enjoyed the blessings of serving Christ.
Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 20th November 2013
Publisher: Halstead Press
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 15.3