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Wartime magazine issue 84

OFFICIAL MAGAZINE OF THE AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL SHOP:1328272784

Wartime Magazine (Spring 2018) - Armistice 1918

Featured articles:

  • The hundred days by Nick Lloyd. In late 1918, a succession of crushing allied attacks forced the German Army to surrender.
  • The Australian victories in France by Meleah Hampton. How much did they contribute to ending the First World War?
  • Armageddon to Aleppo by Michael Kelly. The battle of Megiddo was "the sort of operation every cavalryman dreams about".
  • The Armistice of 11 November 1918 by Ashley Ekins. With the unexpected end of "the war to end all wars", many soldiers were too exhausted to feel much relief.
  • War's destructive legacy by Jean Beaumont. The First World War left a huge range of personal and social effects.
  • A time of violence by Lachlan Grant. The end of the First World War sparked a revolution in Germany which left profound legacies.
  • The war that didn't end by Jay Winter. The Armistice of 1918 is seen as ushering in peace, but conflicts continued across the globe.
  • Notes from the Western Front by Peter Burness. The war diaries of Charles Bean reveal a man of strong conviction, courage and dedication.
  • Plus regular features including Reflections, Collection Insights, In the Picture, and Book Reviews.

Magazine, illustrated throughout, 72 pages.

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