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Published 1 May 1973 in Volume 6 No. 1.
Cite as: Mellick, J. S. D.. ‘Henry Kingsley in Australia.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 6, no. 1, 1973. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.e713539875.
ALS 23.1, with its war-related articles was, for a now 'old' (in more ways than one) Second AIF army man, a most interesting issue. The articles prompt some reflections which may be of interest. They relate to the continued presence…
Argues that Henry Kingsley, whose nephew had claimed that he served for some time in the Australian Mounted Police, may have considered joining, but “learned of the necessity of having to attend executions and refrainded from doing so” (420).