One of my favourite songs of all time, released around when I joined up. It get's aired every ANZAC Day and really hit's home for the Vietnam Vets.
"I was only 19" (A walk in the light green), by John Schumann
Mum and Dad and Denny saw the passing out parade at Puckapunyal
It was a long march...
By their very nature, all war memorials are tragic and sad places. Kundasang War Memorial must be one of the saddest of all, because it remembers 2,428 British and Australian troops who either died at Sandakan POW Camp or on the forced marches from Sandakan to Ranau in 1945. Only 6 Australian...
Really interesting article here (if your interested in subs that is)
WEST NEEDS TO KEEP WATCH IN THE DEEP
Senior defence analyst
Australian Strategic Policy Institute
Australia's next submarine fleet is a hot topic, with the Federal Government creating widespread...
2nd Lieutenant Oakley Alsop BROWNING, Royal Flying Corps, formerly Private 9587, 12th Field Ambulance, Australian Imperial Force, died 11th August 1917 aged 29. He was the son of Major, Demby de Courcey Browning, c/o Base Command, Keswick Barracks, Adelaide, Australian and of 749, Rathdown...
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