In addition to its availability as a free download, Niche Wars is unique for the breadth of its authors’ expertise—a blending of strategic, operational, and tactical insights and a frankness […]
After Second Lieutenant Charles Kingsford Smith of the Royal Flying Corps returned wounded to Australia, he spent the night of 7 May 1918 on the beach at Terrigal watching for […]
Books are the rather torrid, but harmless, affair, you have while your spouse is asleep beside you.
Australians and New Zealanders tend to focus on Gallipoli and the Western Front when addressing land battles of the Great War.
The opportunity to review a biography of Major General William Holmes in this journal is welcome, since he is in the top rank of leaders who shaped the military history […]
The Last Navigator is the story of RAAF navigator, Gordon Goodwin, a member of RAF Bomber Command during the Second World War.
From having just three field batteries in 1913, Australian artillery had increased by 1918 to number 1200 guns on the Western Front.
In early December 1915, 85,000 men, 5000 animals, 200 guns, and multiple stores and ammunition crowded Anzac Cove and Suvla Bay in Gallipoli to start the phased evacuation, and by […]