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Volume 9 Issue 1

Volume 9 Issue 1

In this issue Few centenary events resonate so much with Australians and New Zealanders as the departure of the first convoy of troop ships from Albany, WA, in 1914. We didn’t even guess then, but we know now, what a hell they faced and how many of those great young Aussie lads (and men!) we would lose. All, as some Australians now realise, in the name of Empire and in the...

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Volume 8 Issue 6

Volume 8 Issue 6

In this issue For the lads in the first convoys of WWI, to leave Australia, the “big adventure” was going to be over by Christmas and they were heading straight for France. Or so they thought. Fate intervened, however. There were long delays in Egypt, and then they were diverted to Gallipoli. This was their first encounter with the realities of war – and it was...

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Volume 8 Issue 5

Volume 8 Issue 5

In this issue Few centenary events resonate so much with Australians and New...

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Volume 8 Issue 4

Volume 8 Issue 4

In this issue Hollywood is, well, Hollywood. It was successful in the...

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Volume 8 Issue 3

Volume 8 Issue 3

In this issue D’Day – the fateful day 70 years ago, on June 6,...

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Volume 8 Issue 2

Volume 8 Issue 2

In this issue As the Centenary of the momentous First Official Air Mail...