The Chipilly Six were extraordinary men in extraordinary times.
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?
The Chipilly Six by Lucas Jordan – Capturing the Australian military spirit at its best.
This is yet another excellent publication in the Australian Army Campaigns series.
John Charles Merriman Traill was born on 24 January 1880 in Edinburgh, Scotland, the son of George William Traill, book-keeper, and his wife Phoebe Marshall (née Trew).
Mutineers is a true story of the heroes and villains who sparked the biggest controversy in the annals of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) when they led a mutiny on […]
Withdrawing your forces while ‘in-contact’ with the enemy is a challenging military manoeuvre.
Mark Latchford opened his excellent presentation to an audience of 26 explaining that he inherited his grandfather’s (Ern) trunk of several hundred letters written to his fiancé during WWI.