Wartime Issue 10

Autumn 2000

5/7 RAR in East Timor

  • Reflections by Steve Gower.  
    The Director of the Australian War Memorial discusses whats happening at the Memorial
  • Korea by Peter Londey and Benjamin Evans.  
    Australians were in at the start of the Korean War
  • Timor Art by Kelly Squires and Tina Mattei.  
    Australia's first official artists since the Vietnam War
  • 5/7 RAR in Timor by Peter Londey.  
    Portrait of a peacekeeping battalion
  • Bridge at Selali by John Wells.  
    A new year brings hopes of peace
  • Guerillas in Timor by Emma Robertson.  
    A company of Australian guerillas made life hard for 15,000 Japanese
  • Moth Eaton by Mitch Williamson.  
    One man and an island
  • Pompey Elliott in the Boer War by Ross McMullin.  
    For a future commander, South Africa did not provide quite the war he had imagined
  • Australia's Vietnam War by Peter Edwards.  
    Australia's war in Vietnam wasn't quite the same as America's
  • Washington Wall by Peter Edwards.  
    "Australian" in US Memorial
  • One less loose soul by Carla Schmidt.  
    Unknown no more
  • Massacre at Wadi Fara by Ian Hodges.  
    A retreating army is destroyed from the air
  • Michael Sheehan by Peter Stanley.  
    A typical individual
  • Female tank by Gary Oakley.  
    Even a tank could sink into the mud of the Western Front
  • Plus regular features, including Reflections, Mail Call, and book reviews.

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