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Wartime Magazine Issue 12
- Divided we stand by Craig Wilcox. The grand vision for an Australian federal army in the 1980s took many years to come to pass.
- A marvel and an inspiration by Nick Fletcher. The remarkable story of Meysey Hammond.
- Mackay's "Ringers": Spirit of the bush by Peter Burness. Kenneth Mackay, founder of the Australian Horse regiment, saw the men of the bush as the defenders of a new nation.
- Savige saviour – Dunsterforce in Persia by Ross Lloyd. During the First World War a small band led vby Captain Stanley Savige fought a stubborn rearguard action to save the lives of 60,000 refugees in remote north-west Prusia.
- Escape from Gallipoli by Ross McMullin. Stealth and the drip-rifle contribute to the ANZAC’s astonishing successful evacuation of Gallipoli 85 years ago.
- "One ilan man" by Vanessa Seekee. The Torres Strait Light Infantry Battalion brought pride and unity to a disadvantaged group of Australians, as they prepared to defend their homes from the Japanese.
- A bold risk: Kaiapit by Peter Stanley. The capture of Kaiapit in Papua and New Guinea is just one of the many battles Australians should know better.
- Forgotten field by Stephen Wilks. Second World War memories are hidden away in the back streets of Jakarta.
- Battle of broken bridge - Korea 25-26 October 1950 by Benjamin Evans.
Deep into North Korea, 3RAR defeated A North Korean armoured unit to secure a vital crossing on the Taeryong River.
- Sculptor of choice by Cristy Gilbert. Ray Ewers' contributions to the Memorial.
- An exemplary career cut short by Benjamin Evans. Killed in Korea in 1950, Lieutenant Colonel C.H. Green was an inspiring and popular battalion commander.
- Fully illustrated, 72 pages.