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dMAC Digest: Vol 4 No 3
     

dMAC Digest: Vol 4 No 3

by Duncan MacDonald
 

The third edition of the dMAC Digest contains information on the First Fleet which was the first step in the colonization of the continent, later named Australia. It arrived on 20 January 1788 and consisted of 1,044 persons, of which 696 were convicts, in nine ships. Two French ships commanded by Laperouse, arrived in Botany Bay, four days after the main English

Overview

The third edition of the dMAC Digest contains information on the First Fleet which was the first step in the colonization of the continent, later named Australia. It arrived on 20 January 1788 and consisted of 1,044 persons, of which 696 were convicts, in nine ships. Two French ships commanded by Laperouse, arrived in Botany Bay, four days after the main English fleet had landed. Other articles detailing information on Hepatitis as well as studies on why Late-Life Exercisers are more healthy than elderly non-exercisers, are included.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045617031
Publisher:
Duncan MacDonald
Publication date:
01/28/2014
Series:
dMAC Digest , #3
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
779,129
File size:
5 MB

Meet the Author

Duncan is an Australian currently living in Jakarta, Indonesia. He is married to Shinta Dewi Sanawiya, muse, mate, motivator and President Director of the business he founded in 1993, dMAC Group in Asia. Duncan has had a passion for history since childhood. He traveled to Turkey in 1975 to visit ANZAC Cove, scene of Australia and New Zealand’s entry to World War I. He then worked for 5 years in London, enabling him to research the Roman Empire’s occupation of Britain and question the Arthurian legends. He has just published two historical novels set in Ireland and Britain in the 7th century on Smashwords. Search for 'Culann - Celtic Warrior Monk'. Search for 'The Culann Chronicles,Book 2, Picts' Plight Duncan has just published an illustrated account of his individual trip to Anzac Cove and Lone Pine in 1975 - Search for 'Anzac'

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