Wartime Magazine (Autumn 2019) - The Long Cold War
- Wartime pen pals by David Reynolds. The correspondence between Churchill and Stalin reveals the evolution of an unlikely alliance.
- Pragmatism and total war by Stephen Brown. The Red Army's victory in the Russian Civil War of 1918-20 was the result of shrewd policies.
- More than mud and snow by David Sutton. Hitler's Operation Barbarossa was defeated by Soviet armies, not the weather.
- Red storm in the East by Konstantin Sheiko. After Hitler's defeat, Stalin's armies turned against the Japanese in Manchuria.
- Sea furies and fireflies by Karl James. HMAS Sydney's air group developed naval aviation in time for the Korean War.
- Saving a domino by Michael Kelly. Australia joined the fight against communism in the Malayan Emergency.
- The Black Rats of Tobruk by Michael Bell. Emerging stories of Indigenous participation in North Africa.
- Operation Beach Party by Cameron Ross. Australian tunnellers were key to a plan to regain control of the Belgian Coast in 1917.
- Portraits from an Armistice by Brendan O'Keefe. In 1918 there was an earlier, less celebrated armistice, and Australians played a role in bringing it about.
- Plus regular features including Reflections, Collection Insights, In the Picture, and The Last Post.
Magazine, illustrated throughout, 72 pages.