Wartime Magazine (Spring 2020) - The Hot Cold War
- That crazy Australian by Michael Kelly. A small number of Australians were caught up in the brutal battle for Hue during the Tet Offensive.
- "To build a dike" by Gregory A. Daddis. America’s war in Vietnam was as much about its own credibility as it was about fighting communism.
- Road to Dien Bien Phu by Craig Tibbits. French colonial ambitions led to la sale guerre, France’s dirty war in Indochina, 1946–54.
- The Malayan Emergency by Brian P. Farrell. British success in managing regional and colonial conflicts turned on realising which actions should not be taken.
- "So close and so real" by Hannah Viney. The Vietnam Moratoriums revived a struggling peace movement, but did they end Australian involvement in the war?
- Felt like family by Elise Horspool. Choi Yung Kil’s Korean War.
- War and mourning by Meghan Adams. Men who lost sons in the First World War had few outlets for their grief.
- Skin in the game by Tristan Moss. Australia’s long defence relationship with Papua New Guinea is based on shared history.
- Plus regular features including Reflections, Collection Insights, In the Picture, Spinning the Reels, book reviews and Last Post.
Magazine, illustrated throughout, 72 pages.