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Laura Elizabeth Forster was a trailblazing woman who pushed the boundaries of societal norms to become a respected doctor, surgeon, and researcher.

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Now 100, Owen Cook looks back at his time as a Lancaster pilot during the war as one of the most significant times in his life.

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Residents of Copacabana are celebrating the fact that their Naval Memorial is now registered as an official War Memorial.

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Established by the first qualified Australian female electrical engineer Florence Violet McKenzie OBE, the Women’s Emergency Signalling Corps (WESC) trained

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The first women in the Air Force may not have flown, but they made a great contribution to the war at home.

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The Australian War Memorial will be able to welcome more than 4000 people to the Anzac Day dawn service this year.

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Images will be projected onto the front façade of the Australian War Memorial to appease onlookers that miss out on limited places for the Anzac Day dawn

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He faced Japanese soldiers wielding samurai swords on the infamous Kokoda Track and later introduced canned baby food into Australia. Alan Moore, one of

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One band of brothers has walked the length of the Kokoda Track to help shine a light on mental health issues impacting Australia's veterans community and raise

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In 1966, a young American journalist named Frances FitzGerald began publishing articles from South Vietnam in leading magazines, including this one. She was the

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A bundle of letters handed over to the Australian War Memorial by Auntie Glenda, Lieutenant Reginald Saunders’ daughter, give for the first time an insight into