Australian observers in Korea by Peter Londey and Benjamin Evans. Australians were in at the start of the Korean War. East Timor the artist’s eye b...
Wartime magazine issue 89Australian War Memorial SHOP:1328272789
Wartime Magazine (Summer 2019) - The war at sea
- 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 Reflections, Collection Insights, In the Picture, Spinning the Reels, and The Last Post.
Magazine, illustrated throughout, 72 pages.
Middle East conflicts: Australian experiences. Serving honourably in Iraq by Marcus Fielding. Australia made a significant contribution to the cont...
Bradbury Aircraft Hall – Air power in the Pacific 1941–53. A bold new exhibition opens at the Memorial. HMAS Sydney and Sea Fury operations in the ...