Wartime Issue 18 2002
Reflections Steve Gower
The Director of the Australian War Memorial's comment
Kokoda commanders David Horner
Australian senior commanders on the Kokoda Trail, 1942.
Villains or victims?
One hundred years on, the debate over the execution of Bushveldt Carbineers Harry Breaker Morant and Peter Handcock refuses to go away.
The shy VC Les Hetherington
An Australian is commemorated by a memorial at Wellington Barracks in London.
Without question, a hero Ashley Ekins
The recent controversy around the first Australian Victoria Cross of the Vietnam War.
The battles for Bullecourt Peter Burness
Eighty-five years ago, Australian soldiers began a terrible struggle in France.
Australians in the air war over Malta Lex McAulay
The vital role of Australian fighter pilots in the defence of Malta during 1942.
Dogs of war Elizabeth Stewart
The story of the canines and their handlers in the Combat Tracker Teams during the Vietnam War.
Behind the mask of duty Laura Back
Stella Bowen created a distinctive style of portraiture to reveal the private and public worlds of those who served.
Gallipoli on film George Imashev
The only surviving film footage of the Gallipoli campaign.
Forgotten assault David Stevens
A Japanese submarine shelled Western Australia in 1943 but nobody noticed.
The HawkesburyNepean frontier war John Connor
An early clash between Governor Macquaries troops and Aborigines.
Lumbago Jack: Minister for Austerity Ross McMullin
Remembering John Dedman, the minister notorious for his wartime austerity measures.
In the steps of Monash Mark Johnston
A school tour to Gallipoli and the Western Front.
Eyewitness: Escape from Crete S. L. Carroll
A soldier, a 16-foot boat and 350 miles to cover.
The kindness of strangers Robbie Braithwaite
The good deeds of the Australian Comforts Fund remembered.
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