Wartime Magazine issue 64

Spring 2013

Afghanistan: Stories of Australia’s involvement from 2001 to the present day.

  • Contact at Doan by Gary Ramage.
    On patrol against the Taliban: the soldier’s experience.
  • Australia in Afghanistan by Steven Bullard.
    The complex history of how we got there and why.
  • War stories from the MEAO by Chris Masters.
    Serving personnel speak about their experiences.
  • Afghanistan: The Australian story by Rebecca Britt.
    The journey behind this important new exhibition.
  • Hidden and deadly by Shane Casey.
    Improvised explosive devices create havoc and have been around for a long time.
  • Other worlds by Laura Webster.
    What art can reveal of soldiers’ experiences in Afghanistan.
  • A face to a name by Meleah Hampton.
    A name on a headstone in France was the start of a long search.
  • Angel’s work by Janda Gooding.
    Charles Bean had strong reasons for recording his admiration of stretcher-bearers.
  • What to know in Egypt by Peter Stanley.
    Charles Bean’s guide gave Australian soldiers vital advice.
  • The liberation of Australian New Guinea by Lachlan Grant and Karl James.
    1943 saw the largest military offensive ever conducted by Australian forces.
  • Plus regular features, including book reviews, letters, and Memorial news.

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