The Diamond Jubilee and the Kolopore Cup.
Part 1: The Quest for the Kolopore Cup, team selection and to England.
The letterhead on the RUSI Victoria Newsletter shows one of the artillery pieces located in front of Victoria Barracks – a Turkish 5.9 inch howitzer.
When you next walk down the Collins Street reflect on the man after whom the street was named.
Sitting unobtrusively astride the front entrance stand two black beasts of war.
I have unearthed information about Melbourne’s Crimean War trophy guns currently located outside Victoria Barracks on St Kilda Road.
Alexander Bruce Tulloch was born on 2 September 1838 and educated at Sandhurst.
The Eureka Rebellion holds an interesting place in Victorian history depending on who you talk to, or, who happens to be writing about it. For an event that took less […]