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The news this month that the WA Government has told a strategic review of Australia’s defence force that American and British nuclear-powered submarines should

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Staff and volunteers are currently working on the next big exhibition at Goulburn’s Rocky Hill War Memorial Museum and they need your help. Due to open on the

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RSLs and war memorials around the Mornington Peninsula were a place for solemn reflection on Friday, 11 November, as hundreds of people gathered on Remembrance

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About Remembrance Day The Stone of Remembrance. The Stone of Remembrance When is Remembrance Day? Remembrance Day falls on the 11th of November each year. On

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Why is this day special to Australians? At 11 am on 11 November 1918 the guns on the Western Front fell silent after more than four years of continuous warfare

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Eyewitness accounts of the end of the First World War, as recorded in diaries and letters, are now available online as part of a major digitisation project led

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Australia's Remembrance Day, dedicated to soldiers who lost their lives in World War I and onwards, is on Friday, November 11 and various services will be held

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Previously unrecognised Veterans of the First World War whose graves are unmarked will now be acknowledged, thanks to a grants program funded in the October

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Queensland's first Holocaust museum will open early next year in Brisbane's central business district, the premier says.

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Albany will pause to remember those who fought at the Battle of Beersheba and honour the contribution of nurses at two services this weekend. The Albany RSL sub

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A dedicated memorial to commemorate the 1800 service men and women who lost their lives at sea while being transported to Japan and islands in the South West