Instructions for American Servicemen in Australia 1942Book - 2007
". . . unlike cricket which is a polite game, Australian Rules Football creates a desire on the part of the crowd to tear someone apart, usually the referee . . . "
" . . . The Australian has few equals in the world at swearing . . . the commonest swear words are bastard (pronounced "barstud"), "bugger", and "bloody", and the Australians have a genius for using the latter nearly every other word . . . "
Publisher: Camberwell, Vic. : 2007
Branch Call Number: ANF 940.548494 INST
Characteristics: 53 p. ; 16 cm