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May 13th 2010 print

Tony Thomas

The Pocket Windschuttle

Tony Thomas is publishing a reader's guide to Keith Windschuttle’s Stolen Generations on Andrew Bolt’s blog, and on Quadrant Online. Professional historians have attempted to bury Windschuttle’s book but Thomas is making it accessible to a huge audience.

Professional historians have attempted to bury Keith Windschuttle’s book The Fabrication of Aboriginal History – Volume Three: The Stolen Generations 1881-2008. 

Tony Thomas, a retired journalist, is publishing a short guide to the book for general readers on Andrew Bolt’s blog, and on Quadrant Online.

The Pocket Windschuttle makes clear Windschuttle’s arguments, and his evidence.   

Peter Read invents the "Stolen Generations":  Read here…

Aboriginal Protector AO Neville:  Read here…

Unstolen Generations in Victoria:  Read here…

The facts from the Northern Territory:  Read here… 

The attack on Harold Blair:  Read here… 

Demonising Sister Kate:  Read here…

Inconvenient truth about Queensland:  Read here…

The "Genocide":  Read here…

Fabrication in Tasmania:  Read here… 

Historians turn saving into "stealing":  Read here… 

Sally Morgan’s My Place: a betrayal of trust:  Read here… 

The boy “stolen” from an ants nest:  Read here…

The tragic life of Bruce Trevorrow:  Read here…

 

For more on the Stolen Generations visit www.stolengenerations.info

Buy The Fabrication of Aboriginal History – Volume Three: The Stolen Generations 1881-2008 here…