National identities and war heritage : acceptance and resistance of an authorised heritage discourse among visitors to the Australian War Memorial
This article examines the convergence of national identities and war heritage, among first-, second- and third-plus-generation Australians. In Australia, interpretation of a First World War event, the Anzac story, is promoted as war heritage central to national identity. What meaning might this disc...
International journal of heritage studies : IJHS|
Vol. 27, N. 4, p. 375-390, ill
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Per. Grande-Bretagne 90