Australian History Exposed: Frontier Wars | Part I

Over the past 30 years, historians and popular writers of Australian-Aboriginal history have produced a broad 'consensus' — widespread killings of indigenous peoples occurred during settlement, that not only went unpunished, but had covert government support.

On closer examination, much of this historical analysis — particularly written since the late 1990s — is largely based on the use of questionable or unreliable evidence. This is in addition to the uncovering of deliberate misrepresentations and fabrications of historical archives.

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Over the past 30 years, historians and popular writers of Australian-Aboriginal history have produced a broad ‘consensus’ — widespread killings of indigenous peoples occurred during settlement, that not only went unpunished, but had covert government support.

On closer examination, much of this historical analysis — particularly written since the late 1990s — is largely based on the use of questionable or unreliable evidence. This is in addition to the uncovering of deliberate misrepresentations and fabrications of historical archives.

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