In his presentation to an audience of 30, Dr Kilsby asserted that the Australian government did a grave injustice to one of its leading citizens in the opening months of World War I.
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To an audience of around 30, Dr McLeod stated that among the many military histories written about World War II, the Australian Army’s field ambulance men have seldom been mentioned.
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.
At the Pompey Elliott Memorial Hall Wednesday February 20, 2019 to a group of around 40.
At the Pompey Elliott Memorial Hall Wednesday September 19, 2018 to a group of around 25.
Lambis Englezos is a Greek-born, retired Art Teacher from Melbourne, with a “magnificent obsession” to find, recover, and honour Australia’s missing diggers from the Battle of Fromelles – an obsession that grew from meeting many returned diggers as a child growing up in Melbourne.
The Pompey Elliott Memorial Hall was filled to capacity on Wednesday October 25 2017 as Professor Perry addressed a rapt audience of 80.
Thoughts of the First World War typically conjure images of deep muddy trenches, barbed wire and craters; yet during the summer of 1918 after the German Spring offensive had culminated, battles were fought on rolling farmlands.