The film Breaker Morant provided many of us with background information on the trial and execution of Harry “Breaker” Morant.
This impressively researched book deals with the origins and development of Australia’s intelligence services from Federation to 1945.
Lieutenant-General Sir Stanley ‘Joe’ Maude was one of the First World War’s most successful fighting Generals.
When Adolf Hitler went to war in 1914, aged 25, he lived through what he would later call the “most stupendous experience of my life”.
Dear members and friends of Military History and Heritage Victoria, the campaign to establish a proper memorial for lieutenant Colonel Charles Umphelby has raised the needed funds and the work has begun.
Dr Robin Droogleever is a founding member of the Anglo Boer War Study Group and has been its President for more than two decades.
This substantial and impressive volume describes the service life of William George Monteith – the author’s late husband’s grandfather.
This first biography was written by his grandson, Basil (Jika) Holmes Travers after his retirement in 1984, and was finally published in 2016 through the efforts of his daughter Philippa Holmes Hyles.