HEROES: Coolness - Control - Endurance - Audacity - Decision
- Reflections by Steve Gower.
The Director of the Australian War Memorial's comment
- Inspirational Bravery by Peter Burness.
How brave men inspire others.
- Weary Dunlop: emblematic prisoner by Peter Stanley.
Explaining the fame of Australia’s most prominent prisoner of war.
- ‘Miracle’ worker by Ian Warden.
A remarkable woman ran canteens for Australian soldiers.
- The last hours of the Red Baron by Thomas Alured Faunce.
Australians’ role in this famous First World War incident.
- The ridge and the river by Donald Lawie.
Fierce fighting on Bougainville in early 1945.
- Robert Nimmo by Peter Londey.
Australia's most successful peacekeeping observer ever.
- ‘No lipstick, no rouge, no dancing in uniform’ by Jennifer Coombes.
Olive King made herself useful during the First World War.
- A disappointing hero by Craig Wilcox.
There is more to being a hero than performing heroic deeds.
- An unfamiliar face of the enemy by Rosalind Hearder.
Not every prisoner-of-war guard was brutal.
- Caring for the past by Anne-Marie Condé.
How the record of Australian war experience came down to us.
- A shoebox of memories by Kenneth R. Peacock.
The story of a First World War soldier’s life.
- The Bomber Command memorial
- Excerpt from No moon tonight by Don Charlwood
- The Bomber Command sculpture by Claire Baddeley
- Shared experience by Peter Stanley and Lola Wilkins.
A new international exhibition of Second World War art.
- Horse husbandry on the Western Front by Jim Noble.
‘Equine forces’ a deciding factor.
- The last Boer War centenary by Craig Wilcox.
A soldier’s final journey home.
- Eyewitness: Defender of liberty, honour and freedom by Lieutenant Percy Blythe, MM
- Plus regular features, including book reviews, letters and Memorial news.
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