A quilt stitched with coded messages by allied female prisoners of war and a lamp believed to have been used by Florence Nightingale are among the “objects of
Tony Brady, known as “Kelzo”, and Evan Barlow designed the mural which shows First World War veteran Alfred Robert Wilkinson who was a recipient of the Victoria
Members of the Brighton RSL Sub-branch laid a wreath at the new Memorial Walkway at Brighton Memorial Fields on Tuesday, 30 November.
The historic Wamberal Hall is set for some striking additions thanks to a $6,700 grant from the Federal Government’s Saluting their Service funding program.
The Australian War Memorial was unveiled to the public by the Governor-General, Lord Gowrie on November 11, 1941.
When ex-serviceman Mark Anderson noticed a major blemish at the Launceston war memorial, he knew something had to be done.
In 1946, the year after the Germans had surrendered to Allied forces in World War II, the unveiling of a memorial facade at Laggan Hall was set for Easter
A landmark of historical significance is to be unveiled in what will be an emotional few days in Ballarat this week.
Australian Imperial Force Staff Nurse in the Australian Army Nursing Service, Elizabeth McGregor, who was born in Condobolin will be acknowledged for her
Three Boer War veterans who were convicted in controversial circumstances of shooting prisoners have had their reputations restored after they were posthumously
In just about every destination I have had the privilege of visiting, there is a memorial, monument, or museum dedicated to fallen soldiers.