Dr David Holloway is a former officer of 4/19 Prince of Wales Light Horse WLH and the regiment’s historian as well as president of the regimental association. He is also the patron of the 4th Light Horse Regiment Memorial Association. His military history and heritage interests are primarily Australian Light Horse and Australian Armour, particularly in the Second War. David is author of Hooves, Wheels and Tracks: A history of the 4th/19th Prince of Wales’s Light Horse Regiment and its predecessors and will soon launch his new history of the 4th Light Horse Regiment, Endure and Fight.
Surely you remember the television series The Sullivans? If you do you may not realize that the name was based on two real life characters. A close look at Dave Sullivan and his great mate, Jack, the barman, when they were kitted out for the Anzac Day march in their old uniforms would have revealed […]