The Pursuit of Justice
The Pursuit of Justice
The Military Moral Economy in the USA, Australia, and Great Britain - 1861-1945
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Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: The 2nd Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment Chapter Three: The Australian Imperial Force Chapter Four: The 50th and 51st Divisions of the British Army Chapter Five: Conclusion

Nathan Wise

The Pursuit of Justice

The Military Moral Economy in the USA, Australia, and Great Britain - 1861-1945

The Pursuit of Justice is the first book to examine three separate instances of soldiers risking their lives during wartime to protest injustices being perpetrated by military authorities: within the United States Army during the American Civil War, the Australian Imperial Force during World War I, and the British Army during World War II. Nathan Wise explores the three events in detail and reveals how-despite the vast differences in military forces, wars, regions of the world, and eras-the soldiers involved all shared a common sense of justice and responded in remarkably similar ways.
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Nathan Wise

Nathan Wise is a senior lecturer in public and applied history at the University of New England in Australia. He is the author of Anzac Labour: Workplace Cultures in the Australian Imperial Force during the First World War.