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Secondary Sources

Farrer, Keith. To Feed a Nation: A History of Australian Food, Science and Technology. CSIRO Publishing, 2005.

O’Brien, Charmaine. Flavour of Melbourne: A Culinary Biography. Kent Town: Wakefield Press, 2008.

Symons, Michael. One Continuous Picnic: A History of Eating in Australia. Adelaide: Duck Press, 1982.

Wahlquist, Mark L., ed. Food and Nutrition in Australia, 3rd Edition. Melbourne: Thomas Nelson, 1988.

Gaynor, Andrea. “Digging for Victory.” Memento: National Archives of Australia 34 (2008): 3-5.

Daniel, Howard, and Minnie Bell. “Foreign Government and Politics: Food Front in Australia.” The American Political Science Review 38, 4 (1944): 710-718.

Daw, H. E. for the Commonwealth of Australia. Rationing in Australia: A Review of the Work of the Commonwealth Rationing Commission June 1942 – December 1944. Melbourne: Government Printer, 1944.

Primary Sources

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