Wartime magazine issue 89

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Wartime Magazine (Summer 2019) - The war at sea

Featured articles:

  • Not all at sea by Christopher Bell. Churchill's combative spirit as a strategist did not always bring success, but it could prove crucial.
  • Not lightly forgotten by Hannah Viney. The evacuation of Crete in 1941 pushed the men of the RAN to the limit.
  • Storming the beaches by Karl James. Amphibious operations contributed to the success of the Allies in the South West Pacific Area during the Second World War.
  • The RAN in the Middle East by David Stevens. The RAN has contributed to the work of Coalition forces in the Arabian Gulf.
  • Frontier warfare across the sea by Craig Wilcox. Australian colonial conflicts saw a projection of naval power from Sydney to New Zealand.
  • The men behind the guns by Wes Olsen. In the ferocious encounter between the Sydney and the Emden, gunners were also on the receiving end.
  • Crossed over the ocean for freedom by Blake Singley. In 1981 the aircraft carrier HMAS Melbourne was involved in a rescue at sea by night.
  • Nurse at Bergen-Belsen by Emma Campbell. An experienced Australian nurse served at the infamous camp.
  • In the service of the nation by Cameron Ross. Lieutenant Grieve left his mark fighting in the war in South Africa.
  • Plus regular features including ReflectionsCollection Insights, In the PictureSpinning the Reels, and The Last Post.

Magazine, illustrated throughout, 72 pages.

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