By I. Kepars
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Jeff Carter, Mare Carter. Sydney: Hodder and Stoughton, 1993. rev. ed. 216p. maps. A guide for travellers to arid Central Australia the outback an area covering 5 million square kilometres. 48 The riches of ancient Australia: a journey into prehistory. Josephine Flood. Brisbane: University of Queensland Press, 1993. rev. ed. 373p. maps. bibliog. This book is a comprehensive guide to Aboriginal prehistoric sites in Australia. It tells the traveller where to see sites that have rock art and other clues to early Aboriginal occupation.
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The Commonwealth of Australia was proclaimed on 1 January 1901 after popular referenda in 1889-99 had endorsed the federation idea. After much wrangling, Canberra was selected as the site for the new federal capital. Up to 1942 Australia joined Britain in all its imperial wars. Australian contingents fought in Sudan in 1885, in the Boxer Rebellion in China and the Boer War in South Africa. In spite of bitter anti-conscription campaigns on the home front, the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) fought in large numbers in the First World War.