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The Last Post: a ceremony of love, loss and remembrance at the Australian War Memorial

Emma Campbell SHOP:9781742235783

The Last Post: a ceremony of love, loss and remembrance at the Australian War Memorial tells the story of the Last Post Ceremony, a moving daily event dedicated to recounting the life of an individual who died as a result of their service, and remembering their sacrifice.

This superbly illustrated volume presents a selection of personal stories and images related to the Last Post Ceremony, as well as reflecting on why we commemorate, the changing nature of commemoration through history, and the central role played by the Australian War Memorial in Australia’s national story.

Hard cover, illustrations, 224 pages.

Reduced from $29.99.

As featured in the Australian War Memorial Education Resources 2019 brochure. No further discounts apply. Special pricing available until 31 May 2019.

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