There are clear regulations around the use of the word ‘Anzac’ under the Protection of Word ‘Anzac’ Act 1920 and penalties apply for the incorrect use of the term.
The story of HM Australian Submarine AE2 in the Dardanelles campaign typically ends on April 30, 1915 when the stricken submarine, after penetrating the Narrows and ‘running amok’ against the Turkish warships was severely damaged and forced to surface. The valiant crew abandoned ship before scuttling it in the Sea of Marmara. The vessel itself […]
Where Soldiers Lie is not a guidebook to Commonwealth War Graves where our soldiers are buried and commemorated.
The author Catherine Bond is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law, UNSW Sydney.
This is an account of the wartime flying by Captain Ross Smith and Bristol Fighter B1229.
From a population of less than five million in 1914, 416,953 Australians volunteered for overseas service in the Australian Imperial Force and 331,781 actually departed these shores.
By June 1918, the Allies had halted the German spring offensive in the Somme Valley some 20km east of the vital logistics centre of Amiens.
Drawing on the rich and extensive collection of Ross Smith’s private papers, Anzac & Aviator is a biography of a quite remarkable Australian.