An oft-repeated suggestion concerning Australia’s military history is that there is only one remaining warship not yet located of those sunk in World War II. But how true is that?
Part-time service with the militia and then reserves has been a long and honourable tradition in Australia, often closely connecting local communities with the defence of Australia itself.
At the invitation of the Australian Embassy in Belgrade, Serbia, Kathy Hancock, Richard Cooke and Bojan Pajić participated in the Anzac Day ceremony at the British war cemetery section of […]
As the 50th anniversary of the most severe domestic disaster to impact Australia approaches at the end of 2024, many are puzzled as to why the armed forces members who saved […]
It seems very strange that in Australia we have – neglected, forlorn, and abandoned – one of the foremost examples of military technology in the world, but it is not […]
This is an excellent series of children’s publications catering for a mid-primary to early secondary school audience.
At first sight, the title of David Horner’s new book, The War Game, is an uncharacteristically flippant reference by a serious historian to a deadly serious business.
Committing the nation to war is the gravest decision its leaders can make.