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Australian Books

Preparing for war

13 August 2022

9:00 AM

13 August 2022

9:00 AM

Danger On Our Doorstep – Could Australia Go To War With China? Jim Molan

HarperCollins, pp.304, $34.99

This is not a book for anyone complacent about the China challenge, yet it should be compulsory reading for everyone concerned for our country’s future. Very few have seen more of war, and preparations for it, or thought more deeply about it, than Jim Molan; now a senator, but 40 years a soldier, including a year as chief of operations for coalition forces in Iraq, when he helped to run the Battle of Fallujah.

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