Remembrance Magazine

From arid plains to dense jungles, and soaring heights to ocean depths ordinary Australians have steadfastly served their country on the world stage. Important stories: of courage in the face of adversity, overcoming extraordinary obstacles and demonstrating profound fortitude—Remembrance reflects on the Australian experience of war.

Remembrance Magazine, Anzac Day edition (April 2019)
'Peace'

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This edition includes insightful articles about the signing of the Treaty of Versailles on 28 June 1919. Bring the War Home by Professor Bruce Scates explores repatriation for those Australians who returned from the First World War. Dr Adrian Threlfall's The Coldest War: Victorians in Korea illustrates personal experiences from each of the tri-services during the events of the early 1950s, coinciding with the launch of The Korean War exhibition.

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