Christmas ordering – image, film and sound orders

A note about ordering and delivery during the festive season:

We are currently experiencing a high volume of orders in the lead up to Christmas Day. Every effort will be made to ensure you receive your order prior to Christmas, however we ask that you place all orders by the cut-off dates (listed below):
For Memorial Collection (image, film, sound) orders:
Monday 26 November.
For Shop (books, merchandise) orders: Monday 10 December.

For Lone Pine seedling orders: No further orders will be accepted for 2018.
Please note: Pre-Christmas delivery cannot be guaranteed for any orders placed after the cut-off dates.
If you require assistance with your order, please contact the eSales team directly – email or phone (02) 6243 4555.

Vietnam: Australian Vietnam Forces National Memorial

Department of Veterans' Affairs SHOP:1920720057

The Australian Vietnam Forces National Memorial is dedicated to all those Australians who served, suffered and died during the Vietnam War from 1962 to 1973.

It was built largely through contributions from the Australian people - raised by the Australian Vietnam Forces National Memorial Committee.

This publication was originally produced in 2002 to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Australian Vietnam Forces National Memorial. The 2015 reprinted edition includes historical research and photographs which tell the story behind the inscriptions on the northern wall of the Memorial.

Soft cover, illustrated, 72 pages


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