Wartime Magazine (Summer 2019) - Aftermath of war
- Feeding the troops on victory by Aaron Pegram. More than half of Australia's Victoria Crosses were awarded on the Western Front.
- The art of war by Mark Whitmore. Landscape artist Arthur Streeton had a keen eye for painting technology and its use in war.
- Bringing the boys home by Meleah Hampton. The end of the First World War meant that a huge and complicated task had to begin.
- Casualties of war by Craig Tibbits. Medical legacies could persist for a lifetime.
- William Murray and the Coniston Massacre by Thomas James Rogers. A returned soldier's frontier crimes.
- "Conditions rotten" by Lachlan Grant and Garth O'Connell. Stories of Indigenous Australian prisoners in the Second World War are emerging.
- Meet Walter Steilberg by Philippa Scarlett. The man who never gave up.
- Down the Buin Road by Karl James. Sweat, mud, fatigue, stress, fear, and constant patrolling: such was the Australian infantrymen's war on Bougainville in 1945.
- Coastal sacrifice by David Sutton. Fatalities in Coastal Command during the Second World War.
- Australians in Coastal Command by Jessica Urwin. The Luftwaffe were not the only enemy.
- Plus regular features including Reflections, Collection Insights, In the Picture, and The Last Post.
Magazine, illustrated throughout, 72 pages.