Honest History e-Newsletter no. 29, 1 September 2015

Honest History’s e-newsletter has gone out to subscribers and is also on the Honest History website. It includes links to new material on the site plus a set of Whizzbangs, mostly on cultural policy. Or you can go straight to the business end of the website .

New items include a forensic analysis of the fraught relations between Honest History and the Australian War Memorial (we suggest the AWM dislikes contesting views of history); Rupert Lockwood on Wilfred Burchett in Moscow (more to come on this one); reviews of new books, including Clive James latest (and probably last); highlights from the writings of Andrew Leigh MP on inequality; and Centenary Watch (suggesting why the Lone Pine centenary service had a much smaller attendance than expected).