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TATTOOS IN THE AUSTRALIAN MILITARY

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Napier Waller Art Prize

This online exhibition presents finalists in the 2020 Napier Waller Art Prize and those entries awarded 'highly commended' by the judging panel.

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Museum At Home

Explore our Museum At Home hub to discover stories about our nation's servicemen and servicewomen and Australian experience of war.

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  1. The Australian War Memorial is fortunate to receive hundreds of offers for donations each year. The offers vary from medals to uniforms, artwork and photographs, medical kits and ration packs, to even the occasional aircraft.

  2. It was January 1991, and Jason was a signalman on board the Royal Australian Navy supply ship, HMAS Success, when the Gulf War began. 

  3. The Memorial’s Digitisation Project aims to digitise collection items at risk of deterioration, including paper records, film, audio, and images. This process will help to preserve the original items and enable the collection to be more accessible to researchers in future.

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