Laura Elizabeth Forster was a trailblazing woman who pushed the boundaries of societal norms to become a respected doctor, surgeon, and researcher.
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.
Residents of Copacabana are celebrating the fact that their Naval Memorial is now registered as an official War Memorial.
Established by the first qualified Australian female electrical engineer Florence Violet McKenzie OBE, the Women’s Emergency Signalling Corps (WESC) trained
The first women in the Air Force may not have flown, but they made a great contribution to the war at home.
The Australian War Memorial will be able to welcome more than 4000 people to the Anzac Day dawn service this year.
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
He faced Japanese soldiers wielding samurai swords on the infamous Kokoda Track and later introduced canned baby food into Australia. Alan Moore, one of
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
In 1966, a young American journalist named Frances FitzGerald began publishing articles from South Vietnam in leading magazines, including this one. She was the
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