by Chris Clark
published 1986 Ligature untapped genre History · Military · Non-fiction
Duntroon, the Royal Military College of Australia, was opened in 2011, after the Australian Government acquired a sheep station of that name from the Campbell family in an area that would some years later become the country’s capital city. This was the first history of the College, and the story of its establishment, its traditions, and its people. First published in 1986.
Chris Clark is an acclaimed military historian. His books include The Diggers (1993), Transforming Australia’s Defence Industry (1999), The Encyclopaedia of Australia’s Battles (2001), and, most recently, The RAAF History: 1921–1996 (2021).