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The Australian Naval History Podcast explores naval history in Australia. Each week, historians & veterans discuss a different aspect of Australian naval history. From deep discussions of particular battles, to the histories of submarine classes, the Australian Naval History Podcast is expert analysis & reflection on the storied past of Australia's military at sea. Produced by the Naval Studies Group at UNSW Canberra, in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian N ...
 
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Early in World War 2, German Raiders were laying sea mines around Australian & New Zealand coastal waters. Here we tell the story of one ship that was sunk by those mines, and the exceptional salvage operation that was undertaken to recover precious cargo that had gone down with the ship. (65 mins) --------------------------------------------------…
 
In Part 2 we will follow William Swallow and his fellow mutineer convicts on the commandeered ship, the Cyprus. Swallow and his men were delighted to be heading into the Pacific, away from the dreaded Macquarie Harbour, and his sailing skills were put to the test as they made their way across the ocean. But they ran in to unexpected trouble around …
 
In part one of Convict Mutineers, we learn about a felon who just could not bear the idea of a life in exile, willing to take all necessary risks to try to return to England. And his efforts were extraordinary. I think you will enjoy hearing about this Houdini like convict, a man the authorities had trouble keeping hold of. Today we look at what br…
 
As an appendix to Episode 44, Henry Lawson, today's episode presents two final readings, two more humorous offerings. We read a Banjo Paterson poem, called 'The Man from Ironbark' which I mentioned in Ep 44, and then a short story by Henry Lawson, titled 'The Loaded Dog'. (23 mins)Australian History retold by AHP tarafından oluşturuldu
 
This episode is an appendix to Episode 44- Henry Lawson. We read poems that contributed to the 'Bulletin Debate', discussed in the earlier episode. We include Banjo Paterson's 'Clancy of the Overflow', 'In Defense of the Bush' & 'An answer to various Bards', as well as Henry Lawson's 'Up the Country' & 'The City Bushman'. (26 mins)…
 
Following Ep 44 on Henry Lawson, this episode will be a reading of Henry Lawson's short story (or sketch), The Drover's Wife, published in the Bulletin, July 1892. Please listen to Ep 44 first, for the life & times of Henry Lawson. (20 mins)Australian History retold by AHP tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Henry Lawson was a 'bush poet' and writer from the 1880s-1890s. One of a number of writers that were focusing on the Australian experience and fostering a pride and understanding of the emerging Australian identity. Today's episode looks at Henry's complicated life, and the times in which he was writing. (62 mins) Enjoying the podcast? Help support…
 
Professor Rob McLaughlin discusses with Commander Rick Neville, Lieutenant Nick Trimmer, Warrant Officer Shane Pashley & John Stanley and Commander Tanzi Lea about the dramatic rescue during the 1998 Sydney Hobart Yacht Race. In particular, the panel discusses the efforts to rescue survivors from the Winston Churchill.…
 
In 1796, the Calcutta merchants Campbell & Clark, sent a boat load of attractive goods, including much needed home and personal wares, and much desired rum, to sell to the isolated people in the new penal colony at Port Jackson (now current day Sydney). The Sydney Cove foundered and the men were obliged to take refuge on Preservation Island. Some o…
 
This is the third of four episodes on the RAN in the Arabian Gulf. Professor Rob McLaughlin discusses with Dr David Stevens, Rear Admiral Allan Du Toit, Rear Admiral James Goldrick & Mr Paul Singer the RAN’s involvement in the 12 years of UN Security Council sanction enforcement operations against Iraq.…
 
This is the first of four episodes on the RAN in the Arabian Gulf. Professor Rob McLaughlin discusses with Dr David Stevens, Vice Admiral Russ Shalders, Vice Admiral Chris Ritchie and Rear Admiral Chris Oxenbould the RAN operations from the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait to the Gulf War.UNSW Canberra tarafından oluşturuldu
 
This episode concludes the series exploring the Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme; the vast hydro electric, and irrigation project, that began in 1949 and was under construction for 25 years. As well as providing much needed electricity and irrigation water to a soon to be booming Australia, the international workforce helped usher in the era o…
 
A century before COVID-19, Australia's first overseas aid mission was to assist Pacific Islands gripped by Spanish Flu. Join Professor Rob McLaughlin, Dr Steve Bullard, Commodore Mike Dowsett and Commander Neil Westphalen as they discuss this critical mission and explore parallels to the current pandemic.…
 
Commander Greg Swinden discusses with Dr Karl James, Flight Lieutenant Greg Pierce & Dr John Nash the story of the most famous group of RAN ships – the World War II Scrap Iron Flotilla.Produced by the Naval Studies Group in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian Naval Institute, Naval Historical Society & the RAN Seap…
 
In this episode of the Australian Naval History Podcast, Professor Peter Stanley is joined by John Perryman, Lt Tim Doebler and Stephen Robinson to discuss German raiders in the Indian Pacific. Produced by the Naval Studies Group in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian Naval Institute, Naval Historical Society & the…
 
Today we turn our attention the workers' arrangements. At the peak of construction, over 1959/60, there were 7300 people employed on the project. So that’s a lot of people to keep fed & watered, and entertained. But it was hard and sometimes dangerous work, so we consider some of the human costs on the project too. (56 mins) Brilliant stories from …
 
In this episode, Professor Rob McLaughlin and Commodores John Compton, Fiona Freeman and Rod Nairn continue their discussion on hydrography in the Royal Australian Navy.Produced by the Naval Studies Group in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian Naval Institute, Naval Historical Society & the RAN Seapower Centre.…
 
In this episode, Professor Peter Stanley with Rear Admiral James Goldrick, Honae Cuffe and John Jeremy look back at warship building in Australia.Produced by the Naval Studies Group in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian Naval Institute, Naval Historical Society & the RAN Seapower Centre.…
 
In this episode, Professor Rob McLaughlin, Mike Carlton, Rear Admiral James Goldrick, Rear Admiral Jeff Harley and Dr Ian Pfennigwerth discuss the Battle of Sunda Strait.Produced by the Naval Studies Group in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian Naval Institute, Naval Historical Society & the RAN Seapower Centre.…
 
In this episode, Professor Peter Stanley, Trish Burgess and John Compton discuss HMAS Wyatt Earp and Antarctica.Produced by the Naval Studies Group in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian Naval Institute, Naval Historical Society & the RAN Seapower Centre.UNSW Canberra tarafından oluşturuldu
 
The Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme began construction at Guthega, with a Norwegian contractor, and before too long, power was being delivered to the people. Workers and families got used to the new environment and the working conditions as the construction projects multiplied across the project sites, while others had to get used to their re…
 
Hear Commander Greg Swinden with Nicole Townsend, Rear Admiral Simon Cullen & Dr Mark Bailey discuss the RAN Protection of Shipping in the Second World War.Produced by the Naval Studies Group in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian Naval Institute, Naval Historical Society & the RAN Seapower Centre.…
 
Professor Rob McLaughlin with Mr Mike Carlton & Rear Admiral James Goldrick & Dr Ian Pfennigwerth discuss the Battle of Java Sea.Produced by the Naval Studies Group in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian Naval Institute, Naval Historical Society & the RAN Seapower Centre.…
 
The Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme was underway. Now they Authority had to acquire the land across the Alps, and recruit a workforce, to survey, plan and construct the many parts of the project; not an easy thing to do in booming post war Australia. Part 2 gives an overview of the recruitment of workers, the majority coming from various work…
 
The Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme, took nearly 30 years to complete in the post war period, and was an astounding engineering feat. It remains one of the “engineering wonders of the world”. It created thousands of jobs and drove the development of increased home-grown Engineering expertise in large civil projects. Not without social & envir…
 
Lady Jane Franklin was an unusual woman. In the late 1830s, as the wife of Van Diemen's Land Governor Sir John Franklin, she took the opportunity to explore the new settlements and wilds of Tasmania, undertook an overland trek from Melbourne to Sydney, astounding the public with her drive & resilience. One source suggested, her “unfeminine curiosit…
 
PART 2: Jandamarra was a Bunuba man, from the Kimberly region in Western Australia, who has been called both an outlaw and a hero. It’s a story of conflict between the indigenous peoples, and the new comers to Australia; a chapter in what we more lately call the Frontier Wars. In the late 1880s Jandamarra lead his people in resisting the takeover o…
 
Jandamarra was a Bunuba man, from the Kimberly region in Western Australia, who has been called both an outlaw and a hero. It’s a story of conflict between the indigenous peoples, and the new comers to Australia; a chapter in what we more lately call the Frontier Wars. In the late 1880s Jandamarra lead his people in resisting the takeover of their …
 
In the early 1930s the post WW1 Soldier Settlers in Western Australia were doing it hard, trying to make a living growing wheat in a tough economic climate. When the native Emus descended on their crops on mass, they called on the Commonwealth Minister of Defense to come to their rescue. And so began the Emu War in the west..... (45 mins) www.austr…
 
With the rebellion at the Eureka Stockade ended, the authorities moved the main players to Melbourne to be tried for treason. In the days immediately following, the people of Victoria were at first apprehensive that there may be further outbreaks of violence and rioting, but as more information about exactly what happened at Ballarat was known, the…
 
With no positive response to their delegations, pleading & petitions, the Ballarat miners determined they must boycott the corrupt system all together and physically resist when the troopers came to arrest them. Under the leadership of Peter Lalor, the men swore under their Southern Cross flag, to stand together united in their resistance, and to p…
 
Relations between the authorities and the diggers on the Ballarat goldfield continued to deteriorate, and despite the reports of corruption and violent behaviour being reported to the senior government officials, no action was being taken. Following a murder on the goldfield, the miners meeting protesting the corrupt investigation that took place a…
 
We turn our attention to the Ballarat Goldfield. The road to the Eureka Rebellion here was actually quite long, and contained a myriad of grievances & triggers, which finally came to an unhappy clash on December 3rd 1854 at the Eureka Stockade. But we are not quite there yet. This episode we look at the early days under La Trobe, and the frustratio…
 
Professor Rob McLaughlin & his expert panel of Rear Admiral Allan Du Toit, Dr Karl James, Vice Admiral Peter Jones & Commander Greg Swinden discuss the RAN’s involvement in the Battle of Lingayen Gulf.Produced by the Naval Studies Group in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian Naval Institute, Naval Historical Societ…
 
Gold miners built the Eureka Stockade at the Ballarat goldfields in December 1854, but trouble between the miners and the authorities had started pretty much with the gold rush in 1851. Before we start looking at the Eureka uprising itself, Ep 29 will begin with some background to the story. The discovery of gold and the chance to dig & make ones f…
 
Professor Rob McLaughlin & his expert panel of Rear Admiral Allan Du Toit, Dr Karl James, Vice Admiral Peter Jones & Commander Greg Swinden discuss the RAN’s involvement in the largest naval battle in history - the Battle of Leyte Gulf.Produced by the Naval Studies Group in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian Naval…
 
Professor Rob McLaughlin & his expert panel of Mrs Elizabeth Bletchley, Rear Admiral Peter Briggs & Commander Greg Swinden discuss the remarkable exploits of the submarine HMAS AE-2 during World War I.Produced by the Naval Studies Group in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian Naval Institute, Naval Historical Societ…
 
Vice Admiral Peter Jones & his expert panel of Rear Admiral David Campbell, Commander Alastair Cooper, Dr Jack McCaffrie & Dr Will Westerman discuss the last Chiefs of Naval Staff of the Royal Australian Navy. This discussion was part of the 2019 King-Hall Seminar.Produced by the Naval Studies Group in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Au…
 
Commander Alastair Cooper & his expert panel of Vice Admiral Peter Jones, Lieutenant Commander Sam Fairall-Lee, Sub-Lieutenant Thomas Fathers, Commander Greg Swinden & Dr Greg Gilbert discuss the professional heads of the Royal Australian Navy during the Cold War. This discussion was part of the 2019 King-Hall Seminar.Produced by the Naval Studies …
 
Commander Alastair Cooper & his expert panel of Dr David Stevens, Commander Geoff McGinley, Rear Admiral James Goldrick, Ms Alison Hardigan & Dr Joe Straczek discuss the early professional heads of the Royal Australian Navy. This discussion was part of the 2019 King-Hall Seminar.Produced by the Naval Studies Group in conjunction with the Submarine …
 
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