'Good Allies': How Australia and New Zealand entered the Vietnam War
Dr Caroline Page received a British Academy Small Research Grant to study the interplay between official propaganda and public opinion on the Vietnam War in Australia and New Zealand, 1965–1973. Here she reveals how the need to be perceived as good allies of the US drew the two countries into greater involvement in the war.
• Caroline Page
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