Peter Stanley

Professor of History
Professor

Prof. Peter Stanley, spent 33 years as a ‘public historian’ – working with the Australian War Memorial (where he was Principal Historian) and at the National Museum of Australia (inaugural head of its Research Centre) before commencing at UNSW Canberra in 2013 as Research Professor. As a public historian Peter worked across the range of responsibilities of museums; in exhibitions, publications, public programs and education as well as in research. 

Peter has published more than 30 books, mainly in the field of Australian military-social history, though he has also published in British imperial military history (White Mutiny), battlefield research (A Stout Pair of Boots) medical history (For Fear of Pain) and bushfires (Black Saturday at Steels Creek). He has recently focused on the Great War, publishing since 2005 several books dealing with it, including Quinn’s Post, Anzac, Gallipoli, Men of Mont St Quentin, Digger Smith and Australia’s Great War, Lost Boys of Anzac and his most recent books, Die in Battle, Do not Despair, the Indians on Gallipoli, 1915 and his ‘Society’ chapters of Vol. IV of the Oxford Centenary History of Australia and the Great War (both published in 2015). Several recent books also deal with the Great War, including a book on Armenia, Australia and the Great War (co-written with Vick Babkenian) and the National Library’s The Crying Years: Australia's Great War. In 2018 the National Library published his edited collection, Victory on Gallipoli and other What-ifs in Australian History (National Library of Australia, 2018), and he edited a collection of essays in memory of our late colleague Prof. Jeff Grey; Jeff Grey: A Life in History (UNSW Canberra, 2018).

Peter's major current project is 'Terriers in India', a book - the very first - on the experience of the 50,000 British Territorial soldiers who served in India during the Great War. No one  has written on these men in a century. Peter has conducted extensive archival and fieldwork in Britain and India to reveal this episode in the history of the Raj. It will be published by Helion, UK, early in 2019. He is now jointly writing a book on the Falklands/Malvinas war of 1982 (with Prof. Rob McLaughlin of UNSW Canberra) for a Routledge series, and is also working on the first history of the Santal rebellion of 1855 to be published in over 75 years, to be published by Hurst & Co., London.

Peter's 2010 book Bad Characters: Sex, Crime, Murder, Mutiny and the Australian Imperial Force was jointly awarded the 2011 Prime Minister’s Prize for Australian History. 

Peter is also supervising seven PhD or MA candidates at UNSW and ANU, and continues to examine and mentor candidates for higher degrees and other writers. He retains strong relationships with cultural institutions, recently advising the National Museum of Australia and Melbourne Museum on their Great War exhibitions, and is advising the new Soldiers Memorial Institute Museum, Bendigo, on its exhibitions. Peter works with the Academy Library’s Special Collections staff and is a member of the Academy’s Library Committee.

A recent project in the Centre was to co-convene (with Dr Michael Molkentin) the Summer School for Secondary History Teachers, the first of which will be held in January 2015. In 2016 Peter curated the exhibition mounted in the Academy Library Charles Bean: life and work, marking the centenary of Bean conceiving the idea of a national war memorial.

Peter is well known for his television and radio appearances. In 2005 he co-presented Revealing Gallipoli and has been seen in many documentaries including Monash the Forgotten Anzac, Who Do You Think You Are?, In Their Footsteps, Afterburn, Australia’s Secret Heroes, The War that Changed Us , Paddy's War, Changed Forever, 100 Days to Victory, and others broadcast over the centenary of the Great War.

Peter writes historical fiction as a hobby, with Simpson’s Donkey (a novel for children) appearing in 2011 and The Cunning Man, set in the 1845 Anglo-Sikh war in 2014, with more on the way. 

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Books
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Stanley P, 2019, 'Terriers' in India British Territorials 1914-19, Helion & Co., Solihull, https://www.helion.co.uk/military-history-books/terriers-in-india-british-territorials-1914-19.php?sid=a5f560f335a86270282c72642e639bbd
2019
Stanley P, 2017, The Crying Years: Australia's Great War, National Library of Australia, Canberra
2017
Connor J; Stockings C; Richardson T; Clark C; Stanley P; Grey J; Stevenson R; James K; Moss T, 2017, The Shadow Men: The leaders who shaped the Australian Army from the Veldt to Vietnam, Connor J; Stockings C, (ed.), 1st, NewSouth Publishing, Sydney
2017
Babkenian V; Stanley P, 2016, Armenia, Australia and the Great War
2016
Stanley P, 2015, Die in Battle, Do not Despair: the Indians on Gallipoli, 1915, War and Military Culture in South Asia, 1757-1947, Helion & Company, Solihull (UK)
2015
Stanley PETER; Connor J; Yule P, 2015, The War at Home: Volume IV, The Centenary History of Australia and the Great War Series, Oxford University Press, Melbourne
2015
Stanley P, 2014, Lost Boys of Anzac, NewSouth, Sydney, https://www.newsouthbooks.com.au/books/lost-boys-of-anzac/
2014
Stanley P; Stevens T, 2014, Welch Calypso, Stanley P, (ed.), Helion & Company, Solihull (UK)
2014
Stanley P, 2013, Black Saturday at Steels Creek, first, Scribe Publications, Melbourne
2013
Stanley P, 2011, Simpson's Donkey, Allen & Unwin
2011
Stanley P; Stanley P, 2011, Digger Smith and Australia's Great War, Allen & Unwin
2011
Stanley P, 2010, Bad Characters, Allen & Unwin
2010
Stanley P, 2009, Commando to Colditz, Allen & Unwin
2009
Stanley P, 2009, Men of Mont St Quentin, Scribe Publications
2009
Stanley P, 2008, Invading Australia: Japan and the battle for Australia, 1942, Penguin Viking
2008
Stanley P, 2005, Quinn`s Post, Anzac, Gallipoli, First, Allen and Unwin, St Leonards, NSW
2005
Stanley P, 2005, Borneo 1942-1945: Australia in the Pacific War, First, Dept. of Veterans'Affairs, Canberra
2005
Stanley P, 2004, Whyalla at War, Original, East Street Publications, Adelaide
2004
Stanley P, 2003, For Fear of Pain: British Surgery 1790-1850, Original, Rodopi Press, Amsterdam
2003
Stanley P; Stanley P, 2003, For Fear of Pain: British Surgery 1790-1850, Editions Rodopi, Amsterdam
2003
Stanley P; Johnston M, 2002, Alamein: the Australian Story, Oxford University Press
2002
Stanley P, 1998, White Mutiny British Military Culture in India, 1825-1875, C. HURST & CO. PUBLISHERS
1998
Stanley P, 1997, Tarakan An Australian Tragedy, Allen & Unwin
1997
Stanley PA, 1993, White Mutiny The Bengal Europeans, 1825-75, a Study in Military Social History
1993
Stanley P; Stanley P, 1991, Rosemary & Wattle, Australian War Memorial
1991
Stanley P; Stanley P, 1986, The Remote Garrison: the British Army in Australia, Kangaroo Press, Dural
1986
Stanley P; Stanley P, 1986, Air Battle Europe 1939-1945, Time-Life Australia
1986
Stanley P; Stanley P; McKernan M, 1986, Anzac Day Seventy Years On, William Collins
1986
Stanley P; Stanley P, 1985, A Guide to the Australian War Memorial, John Ferguson
1985
Stanley P, 1985, Bomber Command, Hodder & Stoughton
1985
Stanley P; Stanley P, 1985, But Little Glory: the NSW Contingent to the Sudan, 1885, Stanley P, (ed.), Military Historical Society of Australia, Canberra
1985
Stanley P; McKernan M, 1984, Australians at War 1885-1972, William Collins
1984
Stanley P; Memorial AW, 1983, What did you do in the war, Daddy? a visual history of propaganda posters, Oxford Univ Pr
1983
Book Chapters
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Stanley P, 2018, 'Marigolds and Poppies: Commemorating 'Indian' War Dead', in Commemorating Race and Empire in the First World War Centenary, pp. 39 - 49
2018
Hancock E, 2018, '‘Remembering Jeff Grey as a colleague', in Stanley P (ed.), Jeff Grey A Life in History, pp. 5 - 5
2018
Stanley P, 2018, ''Introduction'', in Victory on Gallipoli and Other What-ifs of Australian History, National Library of Australia, pp. v - ix
2018
Stanley P, 2018, 'Terriers in India: a preliminary report', in The Indian Army in the First World War, Helion & Co., Solihul, UK, pp. 270 - 280
2018
Stanley P, 2018, ''1914: the AIF Garrisons India'', in Victory on Gallipoli and Other What-ifs of Australian History, National Library of Australia, pp. 69 - 75
2018
Stanley P, 2018, ''Numerous debts'', in Stanley P (ed.), Jeff Grey: A Life in History, pp. 45 - 59
2018
Stanley P, 2018, '1915 Victory on Gallipoli', in Victory on Gallipoli and Other What-ifs of Australian History, National Library of Australia, pp. 79 - 86
2018
Stanley P, 2018, '1916 HMAS Australia Sunk at Jutland', in Victory on Gallipoli and Other What-ifs of Australian History, National Library of Australia, pp. 89 - 95
2018
Stanley P, 2018, '1941 The Balls of Bob Menzies', in Victory on Gallipoli and Other What-ifs of Australian History, National Library of Australia, pp. 151 - 157
2018
Stanley P, 2018, '1985 The Bombs ; Almost the End of the World', in Victory on Gallipoli and Other What-ifs of Australian History, National Library of Australia, pp. 193 - 199
2018
Stanley P, 2018, 'Temporary Sahibs: Terriers in India in 1917', in Abbenhuis M (ed.), The Myriad Legacies of 1917, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 151 - 168, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-73685-3
2018
Stanley P, 2017, 'introduction', in Charles Bean: Man, Myth, Legacy, NewSouth, Sydney, pp. 1 - 6
2017
Stanley P, 2017, 'An adequate memorial', in Charles Bean: man, Myth, Legacy, NewSouth, Sydney, pp. 135 - 144
2017
Stockings C; Connor J, 2017, ''The Enigma: General Sir Cyril Bingham Brudenell White'', in The Shadow Men: The leaders who shaped the Australian Army from the Veldt to Vietnam, NewSouth, Sydney, pp. 59 - 80
2017
Stanley P, 2017, ''Australian heroes: Some military mates are more equal than others'', in Stephens D; Broinowski A (ed.), The Honest History Book, NewSouth, Sydney, pp. 196 - 210
2017
Stanley P, 2017, 'Between Acceptance and Refusal - Soldiers' Attitudes Towards War (Australia)', in 1914-18 Online, 1914-18 Online, Berlin, https://encyclopedia.1914-1918-online.net/article/between_acceptance_and_refusal_-_soldiers_attitudes_towards_war_australia
2017
Stanley P, 2016, 'The finest type of coloured men: Indians' and new Zealanders' encounters on Gallipoli', in Experience of a Lifetime: People, Personalities and Leaders of the First World War, Massey University Press, Auckland, pp. 120 - 137
2016
Stanley P, 2016, ''Diminishing city: Hope, Despair and Whyalla'', in State of Hope, Griffith University, pp. 63 - 74
2016
Stanley P; Nichols R, 2016, 'Naming the Day: ANZAC or Anzac?', in Anzac Day: Then and Now, NewSouth, Sydney, pp. 69 - 89
2016
Hastings ANTHONY; Stanley P, 2015, ''To Capture Tarakan': Was Operation Oboe I Unnecessary?', in Dean PJ (ed.), Australia 1944-45: Victory in the Pacific, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, pp. 278 - 297
2015
Stanley P, 2015, ''Gallipoli'', in Singh-Sohal J (ed.), The Sikh Chronicles, edn. 1st, WWI Sikh Memorial Fund, Birmingham, UK, pp. 59 - 61
2015
Stanley P, 2014, 'Life at Gallipoli', in Gallipoli 100, Faircount Media Group, pp. 116 - 119
2014
Stanley P, 2014, 'The Indian Army', in Horner D (ed.), Gallipoli 100, Faircount Media Group, pp. 191 - 193
2014
Stanley P, 2014, 'Holding Quinn's Post', in Horner D (ed.), Gallipoli 100, pp. 126 - 127
2014
Stanley P, 2013, ''War without end'', in Australia's History Now, edn. first, NewSouth, Sydney, pp. 90 - 106
2013
Stanley P; Bashford A; Macintyre S, 2013, ''The Great War and its Aftermath'', in Bashford A; Macintyre S (ed.), The Cambridge History of Australia,, edn. first, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, pp. 39 - 63
2013
Stanley P, 2013, 'British soldiers in colonial Australia', in Stockings C; Connor J (ed.), Before the ANZAC Dawn, edn. first, NewSouth, Sydney, pp. 39 - 61
2013
Stanley P, 2013, ''Gone to Navy'', in Hetherington M (ed.), Glorious Days: Australia 1913, National Museum of Australia, pp. 36 - 45
2013
Stanley P, 2013, ''Gone to Navy': Defending Australia', in Hetherington M (ed.), Glorious Days: Australia 1913, edn. 1st, National Museum of Australia Press, Canberra, pp. 37 - 45
2013
Stanley P, 2013, 'Foreword', in Jones T; Carruthers S (ed.), A Parting Shot: Shelling of Australia by Japanese Submarines 1942, Casper Publications, Narrabeen, pp. 17 - 17
2013
Stanley P, 2013, 'British soldiers in in colonial Australia', in Stockings C; Connor J (ed.), Before the Anzac Dawn: a Military History of Australia to 1915, pp. 39 - 61
2013
Stanley P; Garton S, 2013, 'The Great War and its aftermath, 1914-22', in The Cambridge History of Australia, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, pp. 39 - 63
2013
Stanley P, 2012, ''Revealing Revealing Gallipoli'', in Making Film and Television Histories in Australia and New Zealand
2012
Stanley P, 2012, ''Monumental mistake: Is war the most important thing in Australian history?'', in Anzac's Dirty Dozen
2012
Stanley P, 2012, ''The part we played in this show': Australians and El Alamein', in Edwards J (ed.), El Alamein and the Struggle for North Africa, American University in Cairo Press, Cairo, pp. 55 - 72
2012
Stanley P, 2011, 'Monumental mistake: is war the most important thing in Australian history?', in Anzac's Dirty Dozen: 12 Myths of Australian military history, NewSouth, Sydney, pp. 260 - 286
2011
Stanley P, 2010, 'Dramatic myth, dull truth: invasion by japan in 1942', in Stockings C (ed.), Zombie Myths of Australian Military History, NewSouth
2010
Stanley P; Das S, 2010, ''He was black, he was a White man, and a dinkum Aussie': race and empire in revisiting the Anzac legend', in Das S (ed.), Race and Empire in the Great War, Oxford University Press
2010
Gare D; Ritter D; Stanley P, 2008, 'The Gallipoli campaign: history and memory, myth and legend', in Making Australian History: Perspectives on the past since 1788, Thomson, Sydney, pp. 311 - 316
2008
Stanley P, 2006, 'Imperial Military History', in Palgrave Advances in Modern Military History
2006
Stanley P; Shaw L; Wilkins W, 2006, 'The dutch are a mob of bastards: Dutch-Australian relations in the Pacific War', in Dutch connections : 400 years of Australian-Dutch maritime links 1606-2006, pp. 110 - 125
2006
Stanley P, 2003, 'Gavin Long and History at the Australian War Memorial', in Grey J (ed.), The Last Word?, edn. Original, Praeger Publishers, Westport, Conn; London, pp. 105 - 116
2003
Stanley P, 2003, 'The men who did the fighting are now all busy writing: Australian Post-Mortems on Defeat in Malaya and Singapore, 1942-45', in Sixty Years On: the fall of Singapore Revisited, Eastern Universities Press, Singapore, pp. 290 - 312
2003
Stanley P, 2003, 'Army Temperance Association', in Blocker Jr JS; Fahey DM; Tyrrell IR (ed.), Alcohol & Temperance in Modern History: An International Encyclopedia, edn. First, ABC-CLIO, California, USA, pp. 55 - 56
2003
Stanley P, 1995, 'Anzac and Army: reflections on Army and Society in Australia, 1895-1995', in Armies and nation building - past experience - future prospects, Australian Army
1995
Conference Papers
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Stanley P, 2009, 'Telling Lies for Turkey: The Ataturk quotation and the mischief it has caused', in Ilhan M (ed.), Telling Lies for Turkey: The Ataturk quotation and the mischief it has caused, Second International Gallipoli Symposium, ANU, presented at Second International Gallipoli Symposium, ANU, 15 April 2009 - 16 April 2009
2009
Creative Written Works
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Stanley P, 2014, The Cunning Man, The Cunning Man, Bobby Graham Publishing
2014
Stanley P, 2014, The Cunning Man, The Cunning Man, Bobby Graham Publishing Pty Ltd, http://www.bgpublishers.com.au/2015/?product=the-cunning-man
2014
Stanley P, 2010, Simpson's Donkey, Simpson's Donkey, Murdoch Books
2010
Curatorial Outputs
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Stanley P; Conde AM; Carroll A, 2016, Charles Bean: Life and Work, exhibited at: UNSW ADFA Library, 29 July 2016 - 28 October 2016, Charles Bean: Life and Work
2016
Edited Books
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Stanley P, (ed.), 2018, Victory on Gallipoli and other what-ifs of Australian History, National Library of Australia, Canberra
2018
Journal articles
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Stanley P, 2016, 'Memories made real: material culture and Arthur Ransome', reCollections, vol. 11
2016
Stanley P, 2015, ''A hundred in a million'', Griffith Review, pp. 262 - 269
2015
Stanley P, 2015, ''Indians on Gallipoli, 1915'', The Gallipolian, pp. 48 - 56
2015
Stanley P, 2015, ''Like a Gippsland Bushfire'', The National Library of Australia Magazine', vol. 7, pp. 18 - 19
2015
Stanley P, 2015, 'An Entente Most Remarkable: Indians and Gallipoli, 1915', Stand-to: the Journal of teh Western Front Association, pp. 9 - 12
2015
Stanley P, 2015, 'Gallipoli', The Sikh Chronicles: the Official Journal of the WWI Sikh memorial Fund, pp. 59 - 61
2015
Stanley P, 2015, ''Off to the Great War: Woolloomooloo, 1915'', The national Library of Australia Magazine, vol. 7, pp. 18 - 19
2015
Stanley P, 2015, 'Fading colours: Britain's regimental museums', reCollections, vol. 10, http://recollections.nma.gov.au/issues/volume_10_number_2/travellers_notes/fading_colours
2015
Stanley P, 2015, ''Honest History: possible, desirable, necessary?'', Tasmanian Historical Research Association: Papers and Proceedings, vol. 62, pp. 2 - 18
2015
Stanley P, 2015, 'Leaving for the Dardanelles 1915', The National Library of Australia Magazine, vol. 7, pp. 18 - 19
2015
Stanley P, 2015, ''India'', History Australia, vol. 12, pp. 43 - 48
2015
Stanley P, 2014, 'Unpleasant recollections: Surgeons' Memories of the Civil War'', Surgeon's Call, vol. 19, pp. 3 - 5
2014
Stanley P, 2014, 'Indians, Anzacs and Gallipoli, 1915', Journal of Defence Studies, vol. 8, pp. 1 - 8
2014
Stanley P, 2014, 'Sulabh international museum of toilets, New Delhi', ReCollections, vol. 9
2014
Stanley P, 2014, 'Wesley College Athletic Team 1914', The National Library of Australia magazine, pp. 18 - 19
2014
Stanley P, 2014, 'Not only but also: a short history of Honest History', History Australia, vol. 11, pp. 219 - 224, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14490854.2014.11668508
2014
Stanley P, 2014, ''My heart and hands full': how did Civil war surgeons cope?', Surgeon's Call, pp. 3 - 6
2014
Stanley P, 2013, ''Banned'', reCollections: a Journal of Museums and Collections, vol. Vol. 8, pp. N/A - N/A, http://recollections.nma.gov.au/issues/volume_8_number_1/exhibition_reviews
2013
Stanley P, 2010, 'Working machines and 'Broken Britain': Goodwood Revival and the historical politics of re-enactment', ReCollections (Canberra), vol. 5, http://recollections.nma.gov.au/issues/vol_5_no_1/notes_and_comments/working_machines_and_broken_britain
2010
Stanley P, 2007, 'In the Street of the Historians: Practising History at the Australian War Memorial', Dialogue: Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, vol. 26, pp. 30 - 38
2007
Stanley P, 2007, 'What is the Battle for Australia?', Australian Army Journal, vol. IV, pp. 17 - 34
2007
Stanley P, 2005, 'Australia and Denmark in War', Wartime, vol. 30, pp. 50 - 51
2005
Stanley P, 2005, 'Drip Rifle', Wartime, vol. 30, pp. 3 - 3
2005
Stanley P, 2005, 'Sandakan: The Greatest Atrocity', Wartime, vol. 30, pp. 52 - 53
2005
Stanley P, 2005, 'Justifying the Bombs', Wartime, vol. 31, pp. 24 - 25
2005
Stanley P, 2005, 'Soldier of Utmost Courage: `Diver` Derrick', Wartime, vol. 31, pp. 12 - 16
2005
Stanley P, 2005, 'Weary Dunlop: Emblematic Prisoner', Wartime, vol. 32, pp. 12 - 13
2005
Stanley P, 2005, 'The most critical position', Wartime, vol. 29, pp. 12 - 15
2005
Stanley P, 2005, 'Winter on Gallipoli', Wartime, vol. 30, pp. 43 - 43
2005
Stanley P, 2005, 'Arguing about Gallipoli', Wartime, vol. 30, pp. 11 - 11
2005
Stanley P, 2005, 'A Shared Experience', Wartime, vol. 32, pp. 52 - 55
2005
Stanley P, 1996, 'Dear Comrades: Barrack-room culture and teh White Mutiny of 1859-60', Indo-British Review, vol. XXI, pp. 165 - 175
1996
Stanley P, 1994, 'Sniffing the ground: Australians and Borneo - 1945, 1994', Journal of the Australian War Memorial
1994
Stanley P, 1993, 'Happy birthday, HRS: a decade of the Australian War memorial's Historical Research Section', Public History Review, pp. 54 - 65
1993
Stanley P, 1993, 'The Green Hole: exploring our neglect of the New Guineas campaigns of 1943-44', Sabretache, pp. 3 - 11
1993
Stanley P, 1991, 'Heritage of Strangers: the Australian Army's British Legacy', Australian Defence Force Journal: journal of the Australian profession of arms, pp. 21 - 26
1991
Stanley P, 1988, 'A horn to put your powder in: interpreting artefacts of British soldiers in colonial Australia', Journal of the Australian War Memorial, pp. 13 - 29
1988
Recorded / Rendered Creative Works
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Stanley P; Wright C, 2015, The War That Changed US, Published: 01 August 2015, Recorded / Rendered Creative Works
2015
Stanley P, 2015, The Great Australian Race Riot, Australia, Published: 01 January 2015, Recorded / Rendered Creative Works
2015
Stanley P; Berzins H, 2015, Lest We Forget, UTS, Editor(s): Berzins H, Published: 01 March 2015, Recorded / Rendered Creative Works
2015
Stanley P, 2015, Australia the Story of Us, Published: 01 February 2015, Recorded / Rendered Creative Works
2015
Stanley P; Robinson A, 2015, Tony Robinson's Tour of Duty, Published: 01 March 2015, Recorded / Rendered Creative Works
2015
Stanley P, 2014, Australia's Secret Heroes, Published: 01 September 2014, Recorded / Rendered Creative Works
2014
Other
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Stanley P, 2019, Reading the Act: what is the Australian War Memorial for?, John Menadue, Canberra, https://johnmenadue.com/peter-stanley-reading-the-act-what-is-the-australian-war-memorial-for/
2019
Stanley P (ed.), 2017, Preface to Soldiers and Gentlemen: Australian battalion Commanders in the Great War, 1914-1918, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne
2017
Stanley P, 2015, Anzacs and Indians on Gallipoli website, Peter Stanley, http://www.indiansongallipoli.com/
2015
Stanley P, 2015, ‘Headphones, genocide and Fanta: reflections on the Çanakkale Gallipoli conference’, Honest History, Canberra, http://honesthistory.net.au/wp/stanley-peter-canakkale-conference-reflections-2015/
2015
Stanley P, 2015, Dawn, Emily Bay, Norfolk Island, Anzac Day, Honest History, http://honesthistory.net.au/wp/stanley-peter-anzac-day-norfolk-island-2015/
2015
Stanley P, 2014, Who are the liars? Response to Colebatch, Honest History, http://honesthistory.net.au/wp/stanley-peter-who-are-the-liars-response-to-colebatch/
2014

Having been a public and academic historian for over 30 years, Prof. Peter Stanley is expert in several fields: Australian military history, history in museums, public history, the military history of British India, the history of surgery

Organisational units
lensSchool of Humanities and Social Sciences