Henry Reynolds is one of Australia's most recognised historians. His pioneering work has changed the way we see the intertwining of black and white history in Australia. His books with NewSouth include The Other Side of the Frontier (reissue); What's Wrong with Anzac? (as co-author); Unnecessary Wars; This Whispering in Our Hearts Revisited; Truth-Telling: History, Sovereignty and the Uluru Statement, winner of Non-Fiction Book Award in the EPAA awards, and most recently Tongerlongeter: First Nations Leader and Tasmanian War Hero (co-author).
'A brilliant light shone into a dark forgetfulness: ground-breaking, authoritative, compelling.' --KATE GRENVILLE 'Forgotten War is a work of passion by one of Australia's greatest living historians, a scholar who has helped to redefine the relationships between white and black Australians ... His measured prose and scholarly authority should be heeded.' --PETER STANLEY, Sydney Morning Herald Winner of the 2014 Victorian Premier's Award for non-fiction