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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

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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

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Members of the Brighton RSL Sub-branch laid a wreath at the new Memorial Walkway at Brighton Memorial Fields on Tuesday, 30 November.

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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.

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The Australian War Memorial was unveiled to the public by the Governor-General, Lord Gowrie on November 11, 1941.

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When ex-serviceman Mark Anderson noticed a major blemish at the Launceston war memorial, he knew something had to be done.

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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

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A landmark of historical significance is to be unveiled in what will be an emotional few days in Ballarat this week.

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Australian Imperial Force Staff Nurse in the Australian Army Nursing Service, Elizabeth McGregor, who was born in Condobolin will be acknowledged for her

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Three Boer War veterans who were convicted in controversial circumstances of shooting prisoners have had their reputations restored after they were posthumously

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In just about every destination I have had the privilege of visiting, there is a memorial, monument, or museum dedicated to fallen soldiers.