Remembering Vietnam: set of 12 posters

Australian War Memorial SHOP:9348980002289

More than 60,000 Australians served in the Vietnam War, which spanned the initial commitment of Australian troops in August 1962 to the fall of Saigon in May 1975.

This poster set showcases images from the photographic collection of the Australian War Memorial. These images cover the breadth of Australia’s military involvement in Vietnam, including those who served in the army, navy, and air force, as well as nurses and entertainers.

This poster set is suitable for all ages. 12 x individual posters, A3 size, measure 29.7 x 42 cm.

As advertised in Wartime magazine issue 75 – the official magazine of the Australian War Memorial.

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