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As the 50th anniversary of Australia ending its involvement in the Vietnam War approaches, federal government funding has been allocated to commemorate the

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MILAN — An archaeological dig in Sicily has uncovered traces of a lost World War II American heavy bomber shot down in 1943, and possible human remains that

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The Harden-Murrumburrah & District War Memorial Pool will soon receive much-needed upgrades through a $997,500 grant under the NSW Nationals in the state

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A stunning mural dedicated to Gunditjmara servicemen and women in south-west Victoria will ensure their part in Australia's war history is honoured for

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At the end of Proctor Street, sitting quietly in still waters behind the structures at Gulf Cropper, is “just a bunch of steel.”

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Conservation work will be carried out on the Woronora River war memorial through a state government grant of $125,000. The project will include replacing

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Two Australian veterans have been awarded the third-highest military combat decoration from the United States, one posthumously, for their service to the US in

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WORLD War Two spitfire pilot and Mount Gambier character, the late Charlie Miller OAM, was memoralised this week with the opening of a garden at Moorak Primary

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Stubbornness, tenacity and courage are words used to describe the temperament of one of Australia’s greatest warhorses, but they also absolutely characterise

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80 years ago today the Empire of Japan launched a surprise attack on the United States of America.