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Warriors of the Rainbow eBook

by Robert (Bob) Hunter

About the Book

This is the story of early Greenpeacers sailing around the Pacific, bickering over internal politics, risking their lives and staving off bankruptcy while somehow managing to start a global movement.

One part action adventure and one part memoir, this gripping and moving account of the birth of Greenpeace was written by one of the movement’s first and best loved members.

Categories
Current Affairs, Culture & Social History, Biography & Autobiography, History
Publication Year
2012
Edition
2nd
Publisher
Fremantle Press with Greenpeace International
ISBN13
9781921888816
HB/PB
Ebook
Format
Ebook
Pages
456
Other Editions
Sample Chapter
warriors of the rainbow.pdf
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Anzac weekend in Perth

On the 2015 Anzac Centenary long weekend, Fremantle Press will participate in a three-day community event with free family activities designed to promote an understanding of the Anzac legacy.

At the Fremantle Press stand we’ll be helping children make their own semaphore flags and teaching them how to use them. »