Farewell, once more by Peter Stanley. Pain and pride as Australians go to war. Sacred emblem by Lee Kinsella. Four famous Longstaff paintings on di...
Wartime Magazine issue 88Official magazine of the Australian War Memorial SHOP:1328272788
Wartime Magazine (Spring 2019) - Australian peacekeeping
- Touchdown in East Timor by Tom Richardson. With Dili on fire, Australian troops were rushed in to help keep the peace.
- Before Kibeho by Jean Bou. The first Australian contingent to Rwanda faced a difficult and uncertain environment.
- Hands tied at Kibeho by Kevin O'Halloran. The experience of Australian personnel in Rwanda was frustrating, terrifying and unforgettable.
- Into Afghanistan by Miesje de Vogel. After the Soviet-Afghan War, Australian trainers helped clear thousands of landmines.
- The good neighbour by Steven Bullard. How the Australian military has provided assistance with natural disasters in the region.
- Six months in the Sollies by Garth O'Connell. A reservist's reflections on his service in Solomon Islands.
- Brave new Australia by Peter Londey. Australia came out of the Second World War independent, outward looking and confident in its dealings with Asia.
- Australians as peacekeepers by David Horner. For more than 70 years Australia has been providing peacekeepers to the world and our region.
- Australian peacekeepers in Somalia by Bob Breen. Australia's participation in Somalian peace enforcement revealed what could be achieved.
- Plus regular features including Reflections, Collection Insights, In the Picture, and The Last Post.
Magazine, illustrated throughout, 72 pages.
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