This month marks a significant milestone as the Australian Ex-Prisoners of War Memorial in Ballarat commemorates 20 years since its opening.
The Northern Tasmanian Light Horse Troop (NTLHT) expressed the importance of remembering animals killed in wars ahead of a commemorative service in February.
An Anzac Holiday on Imbros – Moonee Ponds’ Private William Marshall and his account writes of Imbros
" Last year a previously undiscovered private war diary was brought to my attention, providing new insights into the Australian experience of Lemnos during the Gallipoli campaign."
The Lone Pine received its name in 1915 after the Turkish soldiers, in order to cover and line their trenches, cut down all but one of the Aleppo Pines (Pinus halepensis) that covered Plateau 400, which they were defending.
The Boer War Memorial statue that has stood proudly in Sturt Street for 117 years will need to be replaced.
Fifty-five years after a 17th Construction Squadron flag supposedly ‘blew off’ a flag pole in Nui Dat, at the 1st Australian Task Force base in Vietnam, the flag was returned to its rightful home at Zabul Lines, RAAF Base Amberley, Ipswich, on November 14.
Those who lost their lives in Australia's worst maritime disaster can rest easy knowing their stories are not lost to history.
From resurrection to transplantation, the journey of the NSW town’s memorial to a brutal, almost three-year conflict in which Australia really didn’t have any quarrel, the South African Boer War, 1899-1902, is almost unknown.
The 10th anniversary of the unveiling Adelaide's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander War Memorial was held on Wednesday.
Located in the Torres Parade Ground precinct on the land of the Karuna people, the memorial recognises and commemorates the service and sacrifice of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have served Australia.
It’s a striking image of a fresh-faced young man taking a photograph of himself reflected in a dresser mirror more than 100 years ago.
Less than a year later, 21-year-old Captain "Rich" Baker was dead, one of the last Australians to be killed in action during the First World War.
Remembrance Day, November 11, 2023 marks 100 years since the Kogarah War Memorlial was dedicated to commemorate Australian armed services personnel who died serving their country.
RESIDENTS across Geelong will stop what they’re doing at 11am on Saturday, November 11 to remember those who gave their lives in times of war and conflict as part of Remembrance Day.
On August 14, 1914, the great novelist and futurist H.G. Wells wrote an article titled "The War That Will End War", in which he predicted that WWI would be the last war.
For many years, war artist Murray Griffin kept a small wooden sculpture hanging on the wall of the stairs leading up to his studio in the Melbourne suburb of Eaglemont.
RSL Queensland is calling on all Queenslanders to Remember to Remember on Saturday 11 November, with a minute’s silence at the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month to honour the service and sacrifice of our fallen service personnel.
REMEMBRANCE Day, marking the end of fighting on the Western Front on November 11, 1918, is an opportunity to stop, take stock and reflect on the contribution of Australia’s servicemen and women.
The 83rd anniversary of OXI Day is set to be remembered far and wide across NSW with many initiatives planned by various organisations, all aimed at shedding light on this major moment in Greece’s history.
The Ipswich RSL Sub Branch war museum resides within the walls of Soldiers Memorial Hall, a meaningful repository of history and architectural landmark of profound significance to the local community since the opening of its doors in 1921.
Hundreds of veterans buried in unmarked graves at a Brisbane cemetery have been identified after decades
Hundreds of veterans buried in unmarked graves at a Brisbane cemetery have been identified, finally giving family members a place to remember their loved ones. On Saturday, 301 plaques were unveiled for veterans of the Boer War, World War I and World War II at Lutwyche Cemetery on Brisbane’s northside.
Commemorative event to mark the 80th anniversary Tuesday, September 26 from 9am-11am Australian National Maritime Museum Guests will include ex-servicemen and the families of the Operation Jaywick team.
The Greater Shepparton City Council, known for its Campbell’s Soup giant can, will investigate the cost to erect a memorial structure in Lemnos, Victoria, due to its historical link to the Gallipoli campaign in World War I.