An oft-repeated suggestion concerning Australia’s military history is that there is only one remaining warship not yet located of those sunk in World War II. But how true is that?
The Libyan Desert campaign was fought 80 years ago and may be almost forgotten.
Every Anzac Day Australians and Hellenes remember the periods in history when our two nations were bonded together in the dark days of war.
Australia’s naval heroes have not received the attention they deserved since the formation of the Royal Australian Navy, over more than a century ago.
The Battle for the Beachheads, as it became known, followed the Kokoda Campaign and lasted around two months from mid-November 1942 to mid-January 1943.
The ‘Yachties’ is a unique saga of exceptional valour displayed by Australian volunteers who served in World War II as officers with the Royal Navy.
Lost Women of Rabaul is author Rod Miller’s first publication, and comes after 11 years of research into this subject, plus the associated tragic story of the Montevideo Maru in […]
It is over 80 years since the Greek campaign of 1941 yet important firsthand accounts of the campaign continue to emerge.