In Contradiction to the British Position that Proof of Radiological Harm Does Not Exist. Part 2.

National Library of Australia Catalogue.
http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/38819067?q=lallie+lennon&c=book&versionId=51545924

1990, English, Book edition:
Maralinga dust / Lallie Lennon.
Lennon, Lallie Kantjuringa.

Title Maralinga dust /​ Lallie Lennon.
Author Lennon, Lallie Kantjuringa.
Published 1990.
Part Of Women of the centre /​ edited by Adele Pring Apollo Bay, Vic.; Pascoe , 1990; p. 88-98; ill., map, port.

Subjects
Defence – Missile and weapons testing – Nuclear weapons.
Family.
Health – Gastrointestinal system.
Health – Skin physiology and disease.
Maralinga (Far West SA SH52-12)
Summary
Personal observation of effects of Maralinga testing on health of her family.
Language English
Libraries Australia ID 46677215
Contributed by Libraries Australia

Perhaps the British authorities had better learn to read.

http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/37163087?q=lallie+lennon&c=book&sort=holdings+desc&_=1358738495582&versionId=48269685

2010, English, Book edition:
The black mist and its aftermath : oral histories / by Lallie Lennon. [electronic resource] :
Lennon, Lallie.

Public Domain ed.
Physical Description
1 computer optical disc ; 4 3/​4 in.
Published
Aldinga Beach, S. Aust. : P.J.Langley, c2010.

Title
The black mist and its aftermath [electronic resource] : oral histories /​ by Lallie Lennon.
Author Lennon, Lallie.
Other Authors Madigan, Michelle. Langley, Paul J.
Edition Public Domain ed.
Published Aldinga Beach, S. Aust. : P.J.Langley, c2010.

Physical Description 1 computer optical disc ; 4 3/​4 in.

Subjects
Lennon, Lallie.
Aboriginal Australians — South Australia — Maralinga Region.
Nuclear weapons — Testing — Environmental aspects — South Australia — Maralinga Region.
Nuclear weapons testing victims — South Australia — Maralinga.
Aboriginal Australians — South Australia — Maralinga — Effect of radioactive pollution of soils on.
Yankunytjatjara (Australian people)
Maralinga (S. Aust.)
Summary
During the nuclear tests at Maraling in the 1950’s Lallie and her family experienced a ‘black mist’ that rolled over their camp and the people in it with health consequences. In this compilation, her story as recorded by oral historian Michelle Madigan is printed as well as the struggle to prove that the events happened at all. The report was released in two versions, this is the Public Domain Version.
Contents
Lallie’s story
Government letters
Source finding aid
Some source documents.
Oral historian, Michelle Madigan ; transcription and commentary, Paul Langley.
Notes
CD-ROM.
Title from disc label.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that at this presentation has images and/​or voices of person(s) who may now be deceased.
Technical Details
System requirements: This CD-ROM can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Language English
Dewey Number
363.17998
Libraries Australia ID
45470454
Contributed by
Libraries Australia

One Response to “In Contradiction to the British Position that Proof of Radiological Harm Does Not Exist. Part 2.”

  1. CaptD Says:

    This will be quite a set, I look forward to save the lot!
    Thanks!

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