The Memorial boasts a staff of subject specialists in all aspects of military history and museum practice.
Our articles and our Encyclopedia allow subject specialists to share their knowledge on Australian military history.
They also provide a way for us to take a closer look at the people and the stories behind the history and our museum collection.
Edward Walker had returned home from the First World War when he went to enjoy a pint of beer with his mates. He had been seriously wounded in northern France, and had lost his brother in the fighting on the Western Front – but instead of being welcomed home as a hero, Edward became the subject of a local court case when he was spotted drinking at the bar with two of his mates.