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Geoffrey BlaineyVarious readers will disagree with many of the interpolations, but probably will still respect the book. As far as one can judge, it is generally accurate in that narrow factual sense which is important to most readers who consult reference works....Many of the major articles in The Oxford Companion to Australian History say something new with clarity and pithiness. The three editors deserve praise, not least because they themselves have written many of the major articles commenting with insight even on fields that are not their own.
—From The Times Literary Supplement.