What's On - 26 July 2011

  • Exhibition: Care, compassion, community

    Friday 4 March 2011 - Sunday 31 July 2011

    To celebrate the 70th anniversary of Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital the Shrine developed this exhibition featuring memorabilia and images from the hospital archive as well as historical images from the Australian War Memorial. Through its proud history the hospital emerged as a centre for critical care with a sense of community that has nurtured and rehabilitated shattered people, served as a centre for innovation in the treatment of war injuries and mental illness and as a teaching hospital for the nursing and medical professions. Heidelberg Hospital has also evolved as an important commemorative site. Read More

    To celebrate the 70th anniversary of Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital the Shrine developed this exhibition featuring memorabilia and images from the hospital archive as well as historical images from the Australian War Memorial. Through its proud history the hospital emerged as a centre for critical care with a sense of community that has nurtured and rehabilitated shattered people, served as a centre for innovation in the treatment of war injuries and mental illness and as a teaching hospital for the nursing and medical professions. Heidelberg Hospital has also evolved as an important commemorative site.

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  • Exhibition: Pride of the nation

    Friday 8 July 2011 - Sunday 27 November 2011

    In 2011 we commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Australian Navy. Drawing extensively from the Naval Heritage Collection this exhibition follows the formation and endurance of Australia’s oldest service over 100 years. Sometimes referred to as the ‘silent service’ the exhibition brings recognition to the notable achievements and sacrifices of those who have served at sea The RAN entered the First World War (1914-18) in its infancy. Through trial by fire it emerged as an efficient and effective sea-going navy and a professional fighting service. It has since expanded its role in diplomacy and maritime security in addition to peacekeeping and disaster relief efforts. Read More

    In 2011 we commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Australian Navy. Drawing extensively from the Naval Heritage Collection this exhibition follows the formation and endurance of Australia’s oldest service over 100 years. Sometimes referred to as the ‘silent service’ the exhibition brings recognition to the notable achievements and sacrifices of those who have served at sea. The Royal Australian Navy entered the First World War (1914-18) in its infancy. Through trial by fire it emerged as an efficient and effective sea-going navy and a professional fighting service. It has since expanded its role in diplomacy and maritime security in addition to peacekeeping and disaster relief efforts.

     

     

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