Emma Campbell

Emma joined the Military History Section in 2011 as a writer for Wartime magazine and the Memorial website. A journalist for almost 10 years, she came to the Memorial in 2006 as a media relations officer.  She is currently working on a biography of Dame Alice Chisholm, who established canteens for soldiers in Egypt and Sinai-Palestine during the First World War. Emma has worked as a correspondent for The Associated Press in Australia and Canada, Australian Associated Press (AAP), and The Canberra Times. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Communications) from Charles Sturt University.

Selected articles and other publications

“Halfway to Hell”, Wartime, 57, 2012

“Medal for Maryang San”, Wartime, 56, 2011

“Hot patrols in a cold war”, Wartime, 56, 2011

Remembering the first-year battles of the Pacific war”, Australian War Memorial website, 15 November 2011

Revisiting the charge at The Nek”, Australian War Memorial website, 27 September 2011

Tilly Devine: a war bride of ill repute”, Australian War Memorial website, 13 September 2011

The bomb: what it meant to Australians”, Australian War Memorial website, 5 August 2011