This conference will examine the Cold War period (1947-1991), its impact on Australia’s defence and security posture and Australia’s contribution to the Western alliance during this time.
Please take notice that a general meeting of Military History and Heritage Victoria Inc. (hereafter MHHV Inc.) will be held online via Zoom.com at 5.30 pm on Wednesday 6 September […]
At the invitation of the Australian Embassy in Belgrade, Serbia, Kathy Hancock, Richard Cooke and Bojan Pajić participated in the Anzac Day ceremony at the British war cemetery section of […]
As the 50th anniversary of the most severe domestic disaster to impact Australia approaches at the end of 2024, many are puzzled as to why the armed forces members who saved […]
T’s the end of an Era. After 14 years of splendid leadership Marcus Fielding has tendered his resignation as President of what is now an august Military History organisation.
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It seems very strange that in Australia we have – neglected, forlorn, and abandoned – one of the foremost examples of military technology in the world, but it is not […]
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.