Defiance, 1941: Tobruk - Greece - Crete
- The Great siege by Karl James.
Tobruk's defiant defenders withstood repeated enemy attack, endured searing heat and dust storms, and created a legend.
- The Grecian disaster by Karl James.
The ill-fated Greek campaign was one long withdrawal.
- Unacknowledged heroes. By Greg Gilbert.
Australians made a valiant contribution to the air war over Greece.
- Courage amid chaos by Maria Hill.
The Greek people supported Australian troops through the harshest times.
- The personal view by Ally Roche.
Changes in technology aided the vision of war photographer George Silk.
- Jump onto Retimo airfield by Brad Manera.
German paratroopers in Crete got more than they bargained for.
- A star over Crete? by Anthony Staunton.
Recognition for service on Crete has been a complex and sensitive issue.
- Operation demon by Richard Pelvin.
The evacuation of Greece was a tough test for the Australian navy.
- Tragedy of two brothers by Peter Burness.
Their letters reveal extraordinary deeds by ordinary soldiers in the Great War.
- War artist at work by Bridie Macgillicuddy.
Frank Norton captured the act of serving in war.
- Out from the trenches by Craig Blanche.
Varied fates awaited Victoria Cross-holders when they returned to civilian life after the Great War.
- Australia's newest Victoria Cross by Elizabeth Stewart.
Another story emerges from Afghanistan.
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