The war for Australia lasted almost 150 years. The first shots were fired in a time before locomotives or electricity; the last casualties died in a world of aeroplanes and cinema. Before the bloodshed, a naval veteran named Arthur Phillip, a warrior named Pemulwuy, and a fisherman named Bennelong find themselves uneasily sharing an area of Sydney. But what no one expects is that the first shots are fired not by the British, or the Aboriginals, but rather the French.
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