CAPTURED: At Villers-Bretonneux
- Reflections by Steve Gower.
The Director of the Australian War Memorial's Comment
- Conflict galleries.
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd launches the Australian War Memorial’s new Conflicts 1945 to today galleries.
- Who? What? Where? When?
Can you provide information?
- Operation Michael by Peter Hart.
After defeating Russia, the German Army threw everything it had at the Western Front in an effort to end the war.
- ANZAC Day at Villers-Bretonneux by Peter Burness.
Australians made a gallant contribution to the turning of the war.
- Gallipoli: a Turkish view by David W. Cameron.
There is a Turkish side to the Gallipoli story as well.
- Blackburn’s ‘place’ by Andrew Faulkner.
Arthur Seaforth Blackburn VC made an auspicious debut on the field of battle.
- War of the words by Christina Spittel.
An Australian soldier helped Erich Maria Remarque to world fame.
- Homeward bound? by Elspeth Grant.
The First World War seemed to give 17 young Scots a chance to return home.
- Waving to strangers by Robert Nugent.
Official cinematographer recounts images from Iraq.
- Paying for the war by Ken Wright.
Almost as much effort was put into raising money to pay for the First World War as was put into recruiting soldiers.
- Selling patriotism by Laura Webster.
Posters were the best advertisement for First World War loan schemes.
- The Kaiser’s wreath by Nigel Steel.
Lawrence was more in touch with Arab sensibilities than was the Kaiser.
- Man of might by Peter Dean.
Frank Berryman’s fearless and sometimes unorthodox leadership was instrumental in the Allied capture of Syria.
- Pursuing Ben by Anne-Marie Conde.
Even an empty envelope can tell a story.
- Escape from Greece by Peter Ewer.
Just weeks after arriving in Greece, two divisions of Australians and New Zealanders were forced to evacuate.
- The Beaufort in New Guinea by Mike Nelmes.
Hardy bombers gave illustrious service to Australia.
- Plus regular features, including book reviews, letters and Memorial news
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