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 the battlecruiser, HMAS Australia in 1919.
Anthony ‘Harry’ Moffitt spent more than twenty years in the SAS. His decades of service and his multiple tours in East Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan made him one of the regiment’s most experienced and recognised figures.
The Greek campaign of 1941 recently featured in a major military history conference held in Melbourne.
Military History & Heritage Victoria Inc. 4th Biennial Two-Day Conference – Hard Fought: Australia in the Mediterranean Theatre 1940-1945 9-10 April 2022, Waverley RSL, Melbourne.
Military History and Heritage Victoria Inc. will be holding our Annual General Meeting online via Zoom.com at 1600 hours (4PM) Wednesday 7th October.
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The period from the Tet offensive of early 1968 to the Moratorium demonstration of May 1970 was the turning point in the most important battlefield of the Vietnam War—the battle for American public opinion.
Lt Colonel Charles Umphelby died of wounds received in action at Driefontein on 12 March 1900.