Essays Tagged: "Donald Bradman"

Is Australia turning into an American State?

hem that will stay forever Australian. Nothing can convert a true Australian from such icons as Sir Donald Bradman, ANZAC Day and Ned Kelly. The armchair sports fan will never die, and neither will th ...

(3 pages) 89 3 3.0 May/2004

Subjects: Area & Country Studies Essays

Sir Donald Bradman

Introduction:Donald Bradman was without a doubt the greatest cricket batsman of all time. He was widely known esp ... eatest cricket batsman of all time. He was widely known especially in Australia as a sporting hero. Donald Bradman began his cricket training at a very early age and in a very unusual manner and this ... s be remembered for his contributions and extraordinary achievements in cricket.Personal Background:Donald George Bradman was born on the 27th of August 1908 in Cootamundra, a small town in N.S.W. He ...

(6 pages) 54 3 4.5 Apr/2006

Subjects: Humanities Essays > Health & Medicine > Sports

Australain Experience

hero status of Bradman by using condensed language and directly addressing Bradman. It is about Sir Donald Brabman and his last innings that he got bowled for a duck. It is also about the effect Bradm ...

(4 pages) 1558 0 0.0 Aug/2001

Subjects: Literature Research Papers

Sir Donald Bradman

The Cricket Dream Came To Life FULL NAME: Donald George Bradman DATE OF BIRTH: 27 August 1908 PLACE OF BIRTH: Cootamundra, NSW DIED: Sunday 25 ... nd GREATEST BOWLER FACED: Bill O'Reilly LAST CRICKET SEASON: Summer of 1948-49 â'¬The Don Donald Bradman born on the 27 August 1908 in Cootamundra NSW, fifth child of Emily and George Bradma ... s score in just under a run in a minute.Fraser (1997, p.21) "run making machine" 30th of April 1932 Donald Bradman married Jessie Menzies. They had known each other many years before this.â'¬ ...

(5 pages) 1108 0 3.0 Nov/2001

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers

Australia's Social and Cultural History in the post war period. Chosen Decade - 1950s

AFL. American sports such as basketball and baseball were introduced. Despite the retirement of Sir Donald Bradman, Australia continued to dominate cricket in the late 1950s. Don Bradman is known for ...

(8 pages) 34 0 3.0 Feb/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > Australian History

Australian society Between The Wars - 1920-1938

n, cinema and sport. Cricket started to attract crowds, particularly in 1928 when the cricket star, Donald Bradman, was only 18 years of age. Donald Bradman made his first of 52 appearances in test cr ... isolation, distance and cost, people became farmiliar with "the don" as he was colloquially known. Donald Bradman had a very successful career, and will be remembered as one of the sporting heros for ...

(12 pages) 22 0 1.0 Jul/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > Australian History

Sir Donald Bradman

ond, Bradman step back and plays it onto his wicket. Out on his last innings, bowled for a duck.Sir Donald Bradman is an Australian sporting hero. His achievements on the cricket field from 1928 to 19 ... ut second ball. Don retired with a test cricket average of 99.94. After being knighted in 1949, Sir Donald Bradman wanted a very private life. He'll be long remembered for his sporting skill, gentle m ...

(2 pages) 16 0 3.5 Aug/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > Australian History

Sir Donald Bradman career, legacy

Sir Donald Bradman or more commonly known as "The Don" was one of the most important sporting heroes in ... ncluding Bob Hawk, many retired and current test players including Richie Benaud.In conclusion, Sir Donald Bradman had an extremely great historical significance. He was the best sportsman in the worl ... t is part of "Aussie" folklore that most know.Bibliographywww.bradman.org.au/www.bradman.com.au/sir-donald-bradman.aspxwww.answers.com/topic/donald-bradman

(2 pages) 2913 0 1.0 Sep/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > Australian History