Table of Contents


An Obnoxious Inconvenience: Passports, the Australian Colonies and the Era of Free Movement

‘The Exigencies of War’: World War One and the ‘temporary’ passport

‘A difficult business’: Change, resistance and the Australian Passport during the 1920s

‘Who is inside and who is out’: the Australian Passport System in the 1930s

‘A precedent for similar action’: discretionary power, the Cold War and passports

‘That precious document’: Wilfred Burchett’s battle for an Australian passport

Citizenship, Immigration and Globalisation

Problems of Identity: the Stewart Royal Commission, the Biometric Passport and the Australian Passports Act 2005


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