War in the Mediterranean
- First Alamein: Ruin Ridge by Nicole Townsend. Unexpected losses and operational failures on the final line of defence in Egypt 1942.
- Command, leadership and morale by Jonathan Fennell. The controversial conflict in North Africa.
- The RAAF in Italy by Chris Clark. Australian aircrews helped liberate Italy, from the invasion in 1943 until the campaign's end.
- Mediterranean strategies: 1940-1943 by Simon Ball. Strategic thinking about the war in the Mediterranean could be complex and contradictory.
- Understanding the enemy by Tim Gellel. Intelligence exploitation at the Battle of Milne Bay.
- "Let George do it!" by Chris Goddard. The Faciat Georgius medal has a curious history and is a true rarity, especially in Australia.
- The fighting Newfoundlanders by Peter Crabb. Remembering the small nation's sacrifice.
- Plus regular features including Reflections, Mail Call and Book Reviews.
Magazine, illustrated throughout, 72 pages.
Wartime is the military history magazine of the Australian War Memorial and a must-have for anyone with an interest in history.
Published quarterly, the magazine is devoted to the Australian experience of war; military history; and the effects of war on society. All features are written by eminent historians and deal fully and frankly with both the distressing and the lighter sides of war.
Each issue delivers many stories of courage and survival of both service personnel and civilians, illustrated throughout by incredible images from the Memorial archives.
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