New Guinea Offensives
- Reflections by Steve Gower.
The Director of the Australian War Memorial's comment
- Capture of the Amiens gun by Robert Nichols.
The 85th anniversary of the battle of Amiens, when Australia’s greatest First World War trophy was captured.
- The Gallipoli sword by Chris Clark.
Does it exist? It did, but it was not what people believed.
- MIAs or ‘no known grave’ by Ashley Ekins.
Six men from the Vietnam War.
- Recall of the Saigon Guard by Brad Manera.
Thirty years ago, the Saigon Guard left Vietnam.
- Women at war by Elizabeth Stewart.
Nurses were not the only Australian women to experience the demands and trauma of the Vietnam War.
- The Nauru connection by Michael Pretes.
A tiny island near the equator has given Australia more than a strategic advantage.
- New Guinea offensives by Peter Stanley.
The Allied push to victory in New Guinea.
- Tragedy at Jackson’s Strip by Phillip Bradley.
A crashed bomber causes havoc in Port Moresby.
- Burma–Thailand railway by Ian Hodges and Daniel Oakman.
A photo-essay on this infamous Second World War railway built by prisoners of war.
- The capture of Company 621 by Ian Kelly.
The capture of Rommel’s intelligence company near El Alamein in 1942 was a key event in the war in North Africa, but even today, little is known of this vital action.
- Gulf War, 1941 by Richard Pelvin.
Iran was in the sights of the original HMS Kanimbla.
- The broken chain by Peter Burness.
“E for Easy” was widely regarded as the most damaged plane in Bomber Command to have made it back from an operation.
- The Krait by Brad Manera.
Operation Jaywick – the raid on Singapore in 1943.
- A new kind of digger by Craig Wilcox.
An archaeological dig in Northern Australia.
- To war with a pen by Daniel Oakman.
Osmar White joined the army to fight Nazi and Japanese expansionism but his publisher had other thoughts.
- Bushmaster by Michael Cecil.
A historic vehicle comes to the Memorial.
- Essay: My great uncle by Amy Westcott.
Prize-winning contribution from ten-year-old student Amy Westcott.
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