Wartime Magazine (Winter 2018) - Jungle warfare
- On the precipice by Lachlan Grant. The battle for Shaggy Ridge was one of the Australian 7th Division's great achievements in the New Guinea campaign of 1943-44.
- The Japanese experience by Haruki Yoshida. The Allied victory at Buna-Gona was harrowing for the Japanese soldiers and tested their ethos.
- Three great battles by James Holland. General William Slim's reforms took the 14th Army on the long road to victory in Burma and India.
- A template for victory by Eric Bergerud. American forces learned jungle warfare the hard way in New Georgia, 1943.
- "Don't give an inch" by David Sutton. Outnumbered Australian forces at Wau fought and won a remarkable engagement against the Japanese.
- Exploring Oboe by Garth Pratten. Australia's final operations of the Second World War were also the largest undertaken; walking the ground aids understanding.
- China, the forgotten ally by Rana Mitter. China's struggle against Japan's brutal 1937 invasion had a significant effect on the course of the Second World War.
- Lessons of the Korean War by John Blaxland. Redefining how Australia builds its armed forces and their relations with allies.
- Stories of sacrifice and service by Emma Campbell. A thoughful ceremony has become a significant part of Australia's remembrance program.
- Plus regular features including Reflections, Mail Call and Book Reviews.
Magazine, illustrated throughout, 72 pages.