The Korean War: background and battles 1945 to 1953
- The mighty ATOM by Nick Fletcher.
The Malayan Emergency was largely fought, and won, by soldiers relying upon a single pocket-sized handbook: The conduct of anti-terrorist operations in Malaya.
- Map of Korea. Cartography by Keith Mitchell.
- From Hiroshima to Vietnam by Peter Edwards.
How Australia’s strategy and military commitments in Asia developed from 1945 to 1965.
- Korean Wars only the Koreans knew, 1905-50 by Allan R. Millett.
The Korean War had its roots in ancient conflicts with neighbouring nations and among Koreans themselves.
- Crossing the line by James Zobel.
General MacArthur saw Korea as the place to end communist expansion for ever.
- Hard road to Pakchon by Michael Kelly.
In their first duty, the Australians of 3RAR proved their mettle alongside their British comrades.
- Mustangs over Korea by Michael Molkentin.
Airmen of the Royal Australian Air Force became the first Australians to fight in the Korean War’s dramatic opening months.
- Trial by fire and ice by Steven Paget.
Three Australian ships served during the Korean offensive, June to December 1950.
- Vietnam: the first to fight by Bob Breen.
Marking the 50th anniversary of the first Australian Army combat unit in Vietnam.
- Snapshots from Korea by Lenore Heath.
- Collection insights by Kerry Neale.
- Truce with teeth in it by Daniel Eisenberg.
- Behind the scenes by Emma Campbell and Dr Steven Bullard.
Discover the stories behind some of the Memorial’s collection items, exhibitions and special activities.
- The Last Post by Michael Kelly. Wing Commander Louis Thomas Spence DFC and Bar, 1917-1950.
- Plus regular features, including Reflections, Mail call, and book reviews.