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War in the Sand Pit - Perspectives and Lessons from Australia's War in Afghanistan and Iraq 2001-2014.

In the wake of al-Qaeda’s attacks on the United States in September 2001 Australia embarked on a military-led campaign in Afghanistan and Iraq. Two-day Conference 12 - 13 May 2017. Monash Centre, Gallipoli Barracks, Enoggera, Brisbane.

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Military history and heritage is an important part of Australia's national story. MHHV Inc. aims to encourage interest in Australian and especially Victorian military history and heritage in all of its forms; to develop and engage in activities related to its research, preservation, promotion, education and commemoration. MHHV also aims to promote the interests of its member organisations in the community at large and to promote communication and cooperation within the military history and heritage community.
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