To set the scene, Michael began with a short video of interviews of family members of VC recipients taken while he was researching the book.
Before Federation, colonial naval officers were recognised for steadfastness and courage while serving in South Africa and China.
This lavishly produced book is both an illustrated account of Australia’s Victoria Cross winners and a fund-raising vehicle for that worthy cause, the TPIS (Totally and Permanently Incapacitated Ex-Servicemen & […]
Most Australian Army unit histories are based on units: infantry battalion, artillery regiments, engineer squadrons and the like.
Jay Winter is Charles J Stille Professor of History Emeritus at Yale University.
Just six kilometres after the bridge onto Phillip Island you will come across an unusual sight – an ex-military transport plane parked in front of an industrial style building in […]
As a result of the first attack and the growing threat to Andersen, the decision was made to reinforce the base with C Company, 3 RAR flown in by the […]
The Balloon goes up: The start of the Tet Offensive: