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[Research Note] The Zetlin Interviews: the anti-Vietnam movement in Australia 1962-1975
A significant resource relating to the ‘Long Sixties’ is in the archives of the Australian War Memorial (AWM), Canberra. It comprises 82 professionally filmed interviews, filmed against a green background to enable future film-makers creative freedom regarding their use. The interviews range in length from about fifteen minutes to over an hour; the subjects are well-known and not so well-known activists, male and female, in the anti-Vietnam movement in Australia, 1962-75.
Cahill, Rowan, [Research Note] The Zetlin Interviews: the anti-Vietnam movement in Australia 1962-1975, Counterculture Studies, 2(1), 2019, 151-154. doi:10.14453/ccs.v2i1.18
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