Wartime Magazine Issue 7
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- A memorial to Australia's service nurses by Ita Buttrose. For 100 years, Australia's service nurses have been caring for our fighting men.
- Florence Nightingale started with a lighted lamp by Barbara Orchard.
- Boer War: First loss by Anne-Marie Condé.
- Heroic Nurses: Escape from Antwerp by Richard Reid.
- The nurse as prisoner of war by Ian Hodges.
- All in a day’s work by Anne-Marie Condé.
- RSAAF medivac nurses in Vietnam by Carolyn Newman.
- Nurses in Rwanda by Peter Londey.
- "One vast Australian cemetery": the battle for Pozières, July 1916 by Dr G.D. Sheffield. July and August 1916 left Pozières ridge "more densely sown with Australian sacrifice than any other place on earth".
- "If I die, at any rate I will have tried" by Peter Londey. Young Australian George Londey’s diary tells us something of the experience of Pozières, and gives us a small glimpse of how history is created.
- "The strain of watching": the origins of the Pozières diorama by Anne-Marie Condé. Should museum displays reflect the details of an operation or the atmospher of war? The idea for a national war museum came to C.E.W. Bean as he camped on the Pozières battlefield, and the memory of the battle shaped his views on what it should be like.
- A token of remembrance for the local heroes of north Borneo by Richard Reid. Remembering the people of North Borneo who helped Australian prisoners of the Japanese.
- “Ruling off the ledger” by Robert Pounds. New Memorials at Sandakan and Ranau to victims of Sandakan death marches.
- A unique record of Sandakan prisoner-of-war camp by Richard Reid.
- A Waikato tour: Australia and New Zealand Wars, 1863-64 by Mark Whitmore. The first overseas war in which Australians fought.
- Parliamentary inquiry reports on the loss of HMAS Sydney by Richard Pelvin. No noval event in Australian history has been shrouded in more mystery than the skinking of HMAS Sydney during the Second World War.
- Know your warships! Part 2 by Richard Pelvin with Graham Clews and Ian Hodges.
- Soft cover, fully illustrated, 73 pages.