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RED CRIMINALS : Censorship, surveillance and suppressionof the radical Russian communityin Brisbane during World War I

@inproceedings{Curtis2010REDC,
  title={RED CRIMINALS : Censorship, surveillance and suppressionof the radical Russian communityin Brisbane during World War I},
  author={L. Curtis},
  year={2010}
}
Keeping Australia safe and protecting the interests of the Commonwealth is the mission of Australia’s intelligence agencies. The collection, analysis and provision of intelligence on domestic and foreign threats to Australia’s security assists the government’s decision-making and underpins policy. During World War I, the potential for monitoring political trends in the domestic population was enhanced through mass postal and cable censorship and surveillance in Australia, the wider British… Expand
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