Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Posts tagged with "Anzacs"
Classic Easter air show to be held in Marlborough, New Zealand
Mar 22, 2015
Easter weekend will see a new air show take place in Marlborough, New Zealand.The Omaka Classic Fighters Air Show will take place from Friday,...
Students carry torch of memory at Gallipoli
Apr 30, 2014
"The true soldier," intoned Sophie Burdett, 16, "fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is...
Handmade Belt Honors WWI Soldiers
Apr 28, 2014
A handmade belt crafted by William Percival Ross, a fighter from the 34th battalion during the First World War, shows the dedication that the...
Forgotten Soldiers Of WWI
Feb 3, 2014
They are about 1000 now and they went to fight for their country during the First World War. However, the respect they earned in...
WWII Digger and family man farewelled
Jan 28, 2014
THE funeral of the last remaining Second World War veteran in the Burringbar RSL Sub-branch, and a respected and loved member of the Crabbes...
Remembering Aboriginals who fought for Australia in WWI
Jan 18, 2014
In the 100 years since the beginning of the First World War, Australia has been most enthusiastic when it comes to the collective act...
Now UK Culture Secretary Miller is called an idiot for ignoring WWI role of Anzacs
Jan 16, 2014
The British Allies are said to be left for the last moments of the centenary in a series of rows. Now Culture Secretary Maria...
TV presenter Neil Oliver comes to WWI Diggers’ defence
Dec 12, 2013
History presenter Neil Oliver's television series The Australian War Memorial won't be embracing former prime minister Paul Keating's belief that World War I Diggers...
Aussies’ link to WWI fighter pilot the Red Baron
Nov 23, 2013
A PIECE of the Red Baron's crashed plane was sent home by a Victorian ANZAC who was a member of one of the first...
Vietnam vet & war author Don Tate refuses to stop shining a light on what he claims is one of Australia’s biggest wartime cover-ups
Oct 24, 2013
HE'S COPPED bashings and death threats, but Vietnam veteran and war author Don Tate refuses to stop shining a light on what he claims...
The Owen Machine Carbine
Aug 30, 2013
The Owen Gun, which was known officially as the Owen Machine Carbine, was an Australian submachine gun designed by Evelyn (Evo) Owen in 1939....
Bad diet helps fall NZ soldiers at historic WWI battle
Apr 20, 2013
For almost a century, the First World War battle fought by New Zealand troops against the Turkish Ottoman Empire at Gallipoli has been seen...
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