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Australians Awarded: A Concise Guide To Military And Civilian Decorations, Medals And Other Awards To Australians From 1815 To 2007 With Their Valuations

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  • Title: Australians Awarded: A Concise Guide To Military And Civilian Decorations, Medals And Other Awards To Australians From 1815 To 2007 With Their Valuations
  • Author: CliveJohnson
  • ISBN: 9780975224571
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Hardcover

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  1. CliveJohnson

    Clive Johnson has a Bachelor of Education and a Diploma of Teaching and in 1990 started his career as a senior high school teacher of English Literature, Arts and Theatre With a lifelong interest in military antiquities, he first contributed to international medal reference The Medal Yearbook, UK as their Australian consultant, and did so for a number of years Building on this success, Clive produced a reference on Australian medals and awards which was published in 2008, titled Australians Awarded The first in depth reference was so well received, a second edition was published in 2014, with a third comprehensive edition expected in late 2018 Australians Awarded has sold over 7000 copies and is considered the standard reference for awards in Australia Clive has also written numerous articles and published research nationally and internationally receiving an Order of Australia for his writing, winning the 2015 16 Tamplin Prize for best international article and been asked to write for big names like National Geographic and Carter s Antiques.Clive s true passion and expression lie in his fictional works that draw on the intrigue and excitement much akin to the mishaps and adventures enjoyed in the Indiana Jones series, the imaginings of Matthew Reilly s Scarecrow series and the historical accuracy of Bernard Cornwell s works What s special and different from these iconic masters is Clive s ability to tap into genuine characters that touch us all, the underdog persevering over the powerful antagonists and wealthy corporations often with clever wit and a flair for the unexpected.With than 20 manuscripts being developed, the certainty of Clive s ability to produce award winning fiction will be set with his first trilogy The Eye of Egypt , Part one the Pharaoh s Greatest Gift , part two The Mirror Chamber and part three to be titled All Will Be Black.With a background in antiques and military collectables specializing in honours and awards, Clive has spent the past 40 years learning and researching this vastly popular and highly versatile field He began collecting militaria in the 1960s and gained council from leading collectors and institutions soon gaining a reputation as a passionate learner and thorough researcher Establishing a comprehensive library of literature on all aspects of the genre, he soon began developing in depth information and avidly shared his knowledge, understanding and insight and by the 1990s had lectured and talked throughout Australia.By the year 2000 he was asked to contribute to Token s Medal Year Book and rewrote the Australian section that is still retained today Clive has a postgraduate Bachelor of Education and a Diploma of teaching, served with the Australian Defence Force, has written numerous articles and is used as a consultant and reputable military researcher for many organisations and institutions He gained international reputation in 2009 with the publication of Australians Awarded and has now completed edition two already labeled as the best reference on the subject in Australia.Clive is currently working in Canberra where he is involved with honours and awards for a Federal organisation and is an accredited valuer for the Australian Cultural Gifts Program run by the Australian Government.

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