4 edition of Patsy Adam Smith"s romance of Australian railways. found in the catalog.
Patsy Adam Smith"s romance of Australian railways.
|Other titles||Romance of Australian railways.|
|LC Classifications||HE3467 .S57 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||247 p. :|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||74196750|
She was born in in Nowangie, Vic, the daughter of country railway workers; a childhood she wrote about in 'Hear The Train Blow', in The author of some 28 books, Patsy Adam-Smith has the rare ability to tap our Australian consciousness and bring us closer to our national identity. Books; AUD each A Story of Stations Add to cart. AUD each The Spirit of Progress Add to cart. AUD each Lost Railway AUD each A History of the South Australian Railways - Volume 1: The Early Years Add to cart. AUD each A Trail on the Rail - the Ballarat to Skipton Rail trail Add to cart. AUD each.
Patsy Adam-Smith wrote this classic work after interviews and journeys with dozens of former prisoners from World War I, World War II and the Korean War. She said these were not men and women cowed and humiliated by adversity, but brave people who - - QBD Books - Buy Online for Better Range and bility: Out of stock. THE ANZACS - This war book is the edition - original Large illustrated format ' The Anzacs ' by Patsy Adam - Smith. This author is exacting and heaps of personal veteran story input from intense research by the author with many veterans and written records throughout Australia in the mid to .
Publishers Description: For Patsy Adam-Smith, the bright-eyed little girl whose childhood is recounted in the best-selling autobiography Hear the Train Blow, the Second World War was a ticket away from a cherished but restricting life with her railway family. The Depression had taken its toll and the glorious days of dancing the three-hop polka. Patsy Adam-Smith classic Australian POW Book. Simpson and Duffy WW1 Australian Hero Gallipoli Children's Book Not Only a Hero: An Illustrated Life of Simpson, the Man with the Donkey A is for ANZAC - Primary School Gallipoli Book Brief History of the Third Reich By M. Whittock Days To Victory DVD Winning World War One The Western Front Diaries DVD History Battle of Muar & .
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In May the name was changed to Australian Railway and Locomotive Historical Society and further changed to Australian Railway Historical. Patsy Adam Smith's Romance Of Australian Railways by Patsy Adam-Smith avg rating — 2 ratings — published ROMANCE OF AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYSPatsy Adam Smith Hard Covered Book in Good Condition with Dust JacketIllustrated with Colour and Black & White Photographs Printed Pages When we Rode the RailsHallooing, Shouting, Screaming like MadmenThe First Scream!Bradshaw'sRailwayianaA Station with Town AttachedThe Packhorses of the NationThe Shakers of MountainsThe Leaping Lena'sStation StreetNinety-five per cent Men: Five per cent IronWhat Know They of Signalling?It's Ho.
for the Railway. Patsy Adam Smith. The Romance of Australian Railways. A book that has been read, but is in good condition. Minimal damage to the book cover eg. scuff marks, but no holes or tears. Prisoners of War won the triennial Order of Australian Association Book Prize.
In Adam-Smith was made an Officer of the Order of Australia for her outstanding services to community history. Her autobiography was published in two parts - Hear The Train Blow and Good-bye Girlie. In 20 libraries. A description of Victorian railways history, written around themes relating to locomotives, workers, drivers and stationmasters and how the railway affected their lives.
Illustrated, some in colour. p.: ill. ; 27 cm. Railroads -- Victoria -- Anecdotes. Railroads -- Victoria -- Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc.
The author of some 30 books, she had the rare ability to tap our Australian consciousness and bring us closer to our national identity. Throughout her life she has displayed a passion for adventure and scholarship, and a great love of Australia.
The Anzacs shared the Age Book of the Year Award and was made into a popular TV series. In she received an OBE for services to literature, and in. Patsy Adam-Smith is the author of The Anzacs ( avg rating, 49 ratings, 8 reviews, published ), Australian Women At War ( avg rating, 15 ratin 4/5.
Adam-Smith, Patsy Romance of Australian Railways, Hale,pp Hb. Fine in a VG dust wrapper. There is a two-inch internally repaired tear in the dust wrapper fold.
An affectionate tribute to the railways of Australia, well-illustrated in black & white and colour. £ Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Romance of AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS by Patsy Adam-Smith (HB) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free delivery for many products. In Adam-Smith was made an Officer of the Order of Australia for her outstanding services to community history. Her autobiography was published in two parts - and For Adam-Smith won the Benalla Award for Audio Book of the Year, and the TDK Australian Audio Book Awards, Unabridged Non-Fiction Category.
Patsy Adam-Smith's book, The Anzacs, helped to revive the Gallipoli myth when it was first published in Selling overcopies at a time when Australia's population was 14 million, it showed that Australians were interested in reading war histories despite revulsion at war in the aftermath of the conflict in Vietnam.
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by Patsy Adam-Smith. AbeBooks Books, art & collectables. Author bio: PATSY ADAM-SMITH was one of Australia's best-known and best-loved authors.
Awarded the OBE in for services to literature and the Order of Australia in for services to recording oral history, she was the author of thirty books, all of which have topped or appeared on bestseller lists.Reprint of the popular autobiography about growing up in the bush during the Great Depression.
first published Author's other books include 'The Anzacs' (the 'Age' Book of the Year in ), 'There Was a Ship' and 'Romance of the Australian Railways'.First published inthis account of the responses of Australian women to war records the experiences and achievements of women in many different occupations during times of war from onwards.
Includes a bibliography and an index. The author has published widely. She was awarded the OBE in for services to literature, and the Order of Australia in for services to recording.