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.
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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 […]
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, […]
It is now almost a year since my book The High Life of Oswald Watt was published.
Professor Edwards presented a fascinating review of some of the many myths surrounding the Vietnam War to an audience of 50 at the Pompey Elliott Memorial Hall, Wednesday 15 March […]