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Olive Haynes was a bright-eyed 26-year-old when she signed up to serve her country. But nothing could prepare her for the horrors she saw that would haunt her a

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More than a dozen candid and rare photos of Australian soldiers heading to war have emerged, showing what life was really like. See the pictures.

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For the Australians and New Zealanders, it's the beaches of Gallipoli that call to mind the dreadful price of war.

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A long letter written in World War II from a French woman in Belgium to a friend in Australia has surfaced in northern NSW.

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The RSL is attempting to trace descendants of the World War I diggers listed on the Hurstville War Memorial.

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Step back in time: A group of soldier settlers forming a work-group. At the beginning of the Murray Valley Soldier Settlement Scheme the farmers were employed

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A Sydney woman who became a volunteer ambulance driver during the First World War. Olive King sought travel and adventure and found it on the remote Balkans

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The Australian Women's Land Army (AWLA) was formed in 1942 in response to the acute shortage of rural workers.

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Anzac Day 2022 will be “just like it used to be” pre-COVID, according to Echuca RSL sub-branch president Denis Shanahan.

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Tomorrow, on the 80th anniversary of the loss of HMAS Perth, we honour the extraordinary service and sacrifice of the hundreds of men killed in the Battle of

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COMMEMORATION of Anglesea’s military history now has pride of place in the town, with a new memorial bearing names of 395 Australian Defence Force personnel