Blog: Australian War Memorial
Wednesday 17 September 2014 by Jeffrey Wray.
A recent addition to the Australian War Memorials film collection available online is a number of documentaries made by/or on behalf of Defence Public Relations during the 1970s and 1980s. The films highlight new equipment, different aspects of service life, operations and training as well as civil assistance activities of the period. These subjects are combined with up-beat contemporary music (or classical music in the army’s case) to…
Tuesday 13 October 2009 by Dennis Stockman.
To celebrate the arrival of 'Masterpieces from Paris: Van Gogh, Gauguin, Cezanne and beyond,' teachers passionate about art are being invited to participate in a special learning day in Canberra. This one day program also includes an opportunity to explore collections in two of the National Capital's premier institutions - The Australian War Memorial and the National Portrait Gallery. Read on
Monday 25 February 2008 by Emma Jones. 2 comments
The three generations: Christine, Natasha and six month old Rose Devanha beside the nameplate on the now one hundred and three year old Devanha lifeboat. Recent visitors to the AWM Treloar Conservation Annex at Mitchell, ACT, introduced through Richard Cruise, Acting Visitor Services Manager, reinforced the sometimes incredible connections that descendants of service personnel have with the relics in the collection. …