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A War Memorial to Honour the Aboriginal Soldiers of Australia

  • The Yininmadyemi Sculpture
    History is practically brimming with battles and war that likely began long before […]

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    Australia’s Best Sniper Takes on Abdul the Terrible

  • Snipers are one of the most skilled members of any army. Movies made on the […]

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    The Graphic Novel Styled Story of Reg Saunders – Australia’s First Indigenous War Hero

  • Stories of war heroes when described have the usual sad, sensational style that is threaded […]

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    The True Horrors of Gallipoli Revealed in Hugh Anderson’s Letters

  • The Australian and New Zealand troopers had a tough battlefront when they fought at Gallipoli. […]

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    Celebrating the Most Important National Occasion in Australia – ANZAC Day Traditions

  • During the First World War, Australia and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) made their first […]

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    Reasons to Volunteer with The Australian War Memorial

  • Becoming a volunteer with The Australian War Memorial has many benefits. The Australian War Memorial […]

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    The Boer War – Victor Jones the First Australian Trooper

  • In the year 1900, the Boer war took place, and the first contingent from Queensland […]

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    James Charles Martin – The Boy Soldier Holds A Special Place

  • In the Australian Military history, Jim a 14-year-old war veteran is honored for his tremendous […]

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    Artificial Poppy Gardens in the Australian War Memorial

  • Ever since the First World War, Flanders poppies have always been associated with respecting and […]

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    From Deserter to Hero Commemoration A 100 Years Later – The Edward Attfield Story

  • Private Edward Attfield fought at Gallipoli but was suddenly missing from the army. Word spread […]