The author Catherine Bond is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law, UNSW Sydney.
The Official History of Australian Peacekeeping, Humanitarian and Post-Cold War Operations is a six-volume project under the general editorship of Professor David Horner, published by Cambridge University Press and covers the story of Australian participation in more than fifty operations in areas of conflict since 1947, and includes details on nearly as many humanitarian operations.
Patrol boats are small vessels largely used for coastal defence and policing, being fast and maneuverable and lightly armed.
This well-produced, revised and retitled book tells the story of the oldest continuously operating military airfield in the world.
The Future of War is a history of predictions about the character of war and the reduced likelihood of war.
This is an impressive compendium of personal anecdotes that encapsulates seven traits the author has chosen to highlight as characteristic of Australian soldiers.
During the First World War the Australian Government established an official war art scheme in 1917, sending artists to the front lines to create a visual record of the Australian experience of the war.
When retired Major General Gower was appointed Director of the Australian War Memorial in 1996, he wisely decided to keep a diary – perhaps a practice too infrequent these days.