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Previous recipients

Please find below a list of the successful recipients of the CEW Bean Prize for Military History and their citations.

2015 CEW Bean Prize jointly shared by:

CEW Bean Award Citation (Postgraduate division), Dr. Kate AriottiCoping with Captivity: Australian POWs of the Turks and the Impact of Imprisonment during the First World War.

CEW Bean Award Citation (Honours division), Benjamin StuddAn Analysis of the Implementation of Reviews between the Vietnam War and INTERFET 

2014 CEW Bean Prize was not awarded.

2013 CEW Bean Award Citation, (Honours division), Eric Endacott, Inventing to Win the War. Amateur Inventors and the Australian Home Front, 1914-1918 

2012 CEW Bean Prize was not awarded.

2011 jointly shared by:

CEW Bean Award Citation (Postgraduate division), Dr. Robert Stevenson, Anatomy of a division: the 1st Australian Division in the Great War, 1914-1919,

CEW Bean Award Citation (Honours division), Leah Riches, Remembering Fromelles: a century of private grief and public politics'

2010 CEW Bean Prize was not awarded.

2009 CEW Bean Award Citation, Dr. Noah Riseman, Colonising Yolngu Defence: 'Arnhem Land in the Second World War and the Transnational Uses of Indigenous People in the Second World War'

2008 CEW Bean Award Citation, Dr. Kirsty Harris, Not just 'routine nursing'. The roles and skills of the Australian Army Nursing Service during World War I

2007 CEW Bean Award Citation, Dr Craig Stockings, The Torch and the Sword. A History of the Army Cadet Movement in Australia, 1866-2004 

2006 CEW Bean Award Citation, Dr. Garth Pratten, The “Old Man”: Australian Commanders in the Second World War

2005 CEW Bean Award Citation, Dr. Rosaline Hearder, Careers in Captivity: Australian Prisoner-of-War Medical Officers

Last updated
21 December 2016
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