Wartime Magazine (Autumn 2021) - Action! Photography, film and war
- Celluloid and service by Daniel Eisenberg. Film has accompanied and recorded Australians at war from the start.
- Filming Anzac heroes by Daniel Reynaud. Long after it ended, the Great War continued to play a dominant role in Australian cinema.
- Learning to command by Aimee Fox. The higher echelons on the Western Front were more open to learning about modern warfare than is commonly thought.
- Following the bombs down by Chris Goddard. An Australian served as a film cameraman in Bomber Command.
- Running the risks by Peter Brune. Damien Parer and George Silk sent home revealing images of combat.
- The crowded hours by Tim Bowden. Neil Davis produced startling footage of wars in Asia.
- Cameras and Kalashnikovs by Ben Gilmour. Filming in Afghanistan.
- Definitely not cooks by Meleah Hampton and Jennifer Selby. Women have forged outstanding Army careers as photographers.
- The Rwandan tragedy by David Sutton. Horrifying conditions to deliver humanitarian aid.
- The evacuation of Helles by Peter Hart. After Gallipoli, would similar decisions work again?
- Plus regular features including Reflections, Collection Insights, In the Picture, Spinning the Reels, book reviews and Last Post.
Magazine, illustrated throughout, 72 pages.