Behind the wire - the prisoner of war experience
- Shelter in time of war by Richard Braithwaite.
The Big Tree of Sandakan was a place of significance to all who were held there.
- Return from Changi by Nigel Stanley.
The paintings of a prisoner on the Burma–Thailand railway tell a story with a twist in the ending.
- An officer's first duty by Dianne Rutherford.
A mass breakout from a German prisoner-of-war camp was a success even though it failed.
- Painting on the inside by Bridie Macgillicuddy.
Australian painters gave us a view of life in European prisoner-of-war camps during the Second World War.
- Bold bids for freedom by Aaron Pegram.
Many Australian prisoners during the First World War made escape attempts, but very few succeeded.
- Cowra – an early warning by Graham Apthorpe.
The mental state of a Japanese prisoner was a warning his jailers ignored.
- Two funerals and a breakout by Keiko Tamura.
A Japanese prisoner at Cowra went on to become a force for reconciliation.
- Chivalry versus Bushido by Kan Sugahara.
Letters from prisoners of the Japanese were dropped over Port Moresby in 1942 – but how did this come about?
- Battle over the fjord by Scott Milson.
A raid on German ships in 1945 was heroic but costly.
- Sticking to his guns by Tom Lewis.
One of the great fighting captains of the Royal Australian Navy is still revered today.
- The raid on Celtic Wood by Michael Kelly.
The 10th Battalion's action was tragic, but it's no longer a mystery.
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