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|Manuscript Name||Papers of Hugh Smith|
|Manuscript Number||MSS 148|
|Last Updated||October 2021|
|Extent||84 cm (6 boxes)|
|Location||Special Collections, UNSW Canberra|
|Abstract||This collection comprises manuscript papers and related material produced or accumulated by Dr Hugh Smith for his publication The battle of ADFA : the decision to establish the Australian Defence Force Academy.|
The collection has been arranged in box then folder order.
Hugh Smith obtained his first degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science. He came to Canberra in 1967 to take a PhD at the ANU and joined the Faculty of Military Studies at the Royal Military College as a lecturer in 1971, later transferring to the University College at ADFA in 1986, as Associate Professor of Politics. From 1987 to 1991 he was the Founding Director of the Australian Defence Studies Centre. He took up the position of Visiting Fellow on retirement in February 2004 and his book On Clausewitz (Palgrave Macmillan) appeared in 2005.
Retrieved from the UNSW Canberra - Humanities and Social Sciences staff web page on 17 November 2009.
The collection is available for research.
No copying is permitted without the permission of the copyright owners.
[Manuscript Item], Papers of Hugh Smith, Special Collections, UNSW Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, MS 148, Box [Number], Folder [Number].
The collection was acquired from Dr Hugh Smith in 2008.
This collection originally included one publication, listed below. This work has been catalogued separately, and added to the Library's main collection.
Smith, Hugh. The battle of ADFA : the decision to establish the Australian Defence Force Academy. Canberra: Public Policy Program, Australian Nation, Canberra Divisional University in collaboration with Australian Institute of Public Administration, 1989.
Smith, Hugh, 1943-
Military education -- Australia
Australian Defence Force Academy -- History
Australia -- Armed Forces -- Officers -- Education (Higher)
Tri-service origins, 1911-1949
Tri-service planning, 1975-1978
Tri-service media, 1970-1981
Tri-service parliament, 1976-1983
Tri-service Federation of Australian University Staff Associations, Australian Vice-Chancellors' Committee, etc, 1977-1981
Tri-service : Government policy, 1978-1980
Tri-service Public Works Committee, 1969-1984
Tri-service, University College, 1968-2001
Tri-service : Staff Association, 1975-1981
1977 Agreement, 1973-1977
1981 Agreement, 1980-1987
1967 Agreement and Academic Staff Association, 1967-1968
Affiliation Agreement Committee, 1971-1981
Royal Military College (RMC) Officer education documents, 1944-1959
RMC Four year course, 1910-1984
RMC History, 1911-1979
Female cadets, 1978-1989
Civilian students, 1975-1977
Officer education. Post committee, 1974-1978
Martin report. Australia, 1970
development/interim council, 1975-1991
ADFA General, 1977-2001
ADFA Interim council, 1982-1985