Wartime magazine issue 88

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Wartime Magazine (Spring 2019) - Australian peacekeeping

Featured articles:

  • 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 ReflectionsCollection Insights, In the Picture, and The Last Post.

Magazine, illustrated throughout, 72 pages.

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