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Just after 2 am on 5 August 1944, approximately 545 Japanese prisoners attempted to escape from No. 12 Prisoner of War Compound in Cowra, NSW.

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Have you seen the quaint little structure out the front of the All Saints Anglican Church in Nowra?

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Perth is the only capital city in Australia with no standalone memorial to the Korean War, but that is set to change with plans to build a memorial in Kings

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The Woodstock Soldiers Memorial Hall Honour Roll is set receive $2,040 in government funding to rewire lighting, replace poppy light displays and install new

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The Australian War Memorial reopened to visitors today, after its doors closed to the public on Monday 23 March.

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A light train in Sydney began its operation on Monday, featuring the images of eight Australian Korean War veterans to mark the 70th anniversary of the Korean

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25 June 2020 marks the 70th anniversary of the start of the Korean War.

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Greater Shepparton City Council agreed on a new location for the installation of the Light Horse Brigade Memorial, featuring Sir Murray Bourchier, at the June

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For nearly 50 years the Karuah RSL Club has honoured the large number of service men and women who have served and fought to maintain the freedoms that all