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The Senate Inquiry into Nationhood, National Identity and Democracy

The British Australian Community has made a submission for the recent parliamentary inquiry linked below; https://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate/Legal_and_Constitutional_Affairs/Nationhood Our submission was received and we are within our rights to make our statement public. Please view our statement below;   British Australian Community … Continue reading

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GoFundMe for Britfest 2020!

In the light of this year’s successful Britfest we will next year be expanding to a bigger and better size to celebrate the 250th anniversary of captain cooks discovery of Australia. Please help us by donating or sharing this link … Continue reading

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Britfest

Come along and celebrate all things ‘British’ at the 2019 BritFest which will be held on Saturday 4th May. 10.00am – 4.00pm  Moonee Ponds Bowling Club 776 Mount Alexander Road, Moonee Ponds VIC  Entry is FREE! To coincide with the 200th Birthday of Queen Victoria … Continue reading

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Significant dates in Australian History

26 January 1788 – the first British child is born on Australian soil. Father was Sgt Thomas Whittle of the marines. 25 April 1915 – White British Empire troops land at Gallipoli in first large-scale concerted military action. 9 May … Continue reading

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British Folk Music

The current Australian multicultural establishment likes to insist that we need to import people from non-traditional source countries because our traditional British Isles founding culture was somehow “boring”. To back up their position they point to immigrants from exotic parts … Continue reading

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Endeavour Online Magazine

Endeavour is the long-running journal of the British Australian Community. The journal began back in 1967, and as of May 2017, it was moved online to make it more accessible for the wider British Community in Australia. You can find … Continue reading

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Anglophobic historians

Professor Henry Reynolds, born in 1938, is typical of too many historians of his generation. He has dedicated his life to the service of people who are not his own people. The Israelis have a term for Jews who, like … Continue reading

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