The First World War, basically a servicemen's war, brought us 'Anzac'; the Second World War, with millions of Australians involved in and out of uniform, brought us huge social, economic and diplomatic change.
Everyone had a war memory - from something as straightforward as coping with rationed clothing, to navigating a huge bomber. And, as Aftermath shows, it took a while for the immediate effects of the end of the conflict to work themselves through in the post-war world.
The images and stories in this new DVA book bring us closer to that changing world.
Soft cover, photographs, 204 pages.
In this thoroughly researched and highly readable account, Professor Philip Payton brings the story of repatriation in Australia up to date, beginning...