The war at home

As Japanese forces attacked Milne Bay, watersiders went on strike to prevent munitions being loaded. Not all enemies were beyond our shores, as Hal G.P. Colbatch chronicles in this excerpt from his new book, War: How Unionists Sabotaged Our Troops in World War II. For more on Colbatch, read Tony Thomas’ profile

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