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As Patron of MHHV it is my privilege to offer my thoughts on what I considered was an excellent conference....  
The Royal Historical Society of Victoria (RHSV) and the community History movement in Victoria is saddened by the passing of one its greatest sons, Professor Weston Bate on 31 October....  
It is now almost a year since my book The High Life of Oswald Watt was published....  
James Wood was born on 31 January 1937 at Neutral Bay, Sydney. He was educated at Sutherland Intermediate High School and matriculated as an evening student at St George Technical College....  
Perspectives and Lessons from Australia’s War in Afghanistan and Iraq 2001-2014 – Summary of the conference....  
This week commemorates the end of the Second World War in Europe, seventy-two years ago, when after six long years, the Allies were victorious....  
As Australia considers extending its presence in Afghanistan, key figures have split over what has been achieved in the Middle East....  
The one day conference held on 12 November 2016 brought together a fascinating series of presenters and as with all MHHV conferences revealed some information gems....  
Professor Edwards presented a fascinating review of some of the many myths surrounding the Vietnam War to an audience of 50 at the Pompey Elliott Memorial Hall, Wednesday 15 March 2017....  
Between 1900 and 2014 over 4,000 Australian naval people received honours and awards for their efforts, courage, sacrifice and service to the nation....  
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