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A new book by Wide Bay author Tony Matthews reveals what it was like for the survivors of the Australian hospital ship Centaur after it had been torpedoed by a

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“I Weave What I Have Seen: The War Rugs of Afghanistan” is “a testimony to the creativity and resilience of Afghan weavers who have faced the devastating

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Museums are caught in the crossfire of our increasingly toxic political debates around Empire, race and the past.

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WWI nurse Annie Egan will be honoured in Gunnedah more than a century after she contracted the Spanish flu and died while caring for returning Australian

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The Science Museum Group and Imperial War Museums have teamed up with a deep tech AR company to create holographic exhibitions.

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The Sydney Jewish Museum's free app, SJM Voices, offers the opportunity to listen to the testimonies of Holocaust survivors, perpetrators, witnesses and experts

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I weave what I have seen: The War Rugs of Afghanistan is a testimony to the creativity and resilience of Afghan weavers who have faced the devastating effects

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Vietnamese-American photographer, An-My Lê's work "On Contested Terrain" is on view at the Fort Worth Museum in the US through Aug 8

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An exhibition has opened in Berlin dedicated to the 14 million refugees who fled from Eastern Europe at the end of World War II. 

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MidCoast Council is seeking community assistance to find the missing words on a plaque on Coopernook's War Memorial, as it begins restoration work.

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Warsaw’s Jewish history museum has opened an exhibition featuring the works of a renowned contemporary Polish artist that confront the pervasive presence of the