Military History

Military History

This Week in History | Week 12

This week we look at the Battle of Bapaume, the arrival of 16 Bde in Greece, the ANZAC Corps moving to France, and Operation Michael.

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Military History

This Week In History | Week 11

This Week in History: the fall of Java, the Battle of Maehwa-san and the 1st AIF are redeployed to the western front.

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Military History

Medals Of The Month - March 2020 | Sergeant Major Henry Green

This month we are featuring the medals of Sergeant Major Green, a legend of Victoria Barracks Sydney.

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Military History

This Week in History | Week 10

This week in history includes: the NSW Contingent sails to Sudan; Broome and Wyndham bombed; 48 Fd Bty's Unit Birthday; and the Battle of Maehwa-san, Korea.

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Military History

This Week In History | Week 9

This week in history includes: the start of Operation DESERT STORM, Centurion Tanks of 1 Armd Regt arrive in South Vietnam, Iraq is driven from Kuwait and 5 RAR is raised.

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Military History

This Week In History | Week 8

This week in history includes: Operation Hammersley in South Vietnam, the Army's first deployment after Federation, the first bombing of Darwin, and the Battle of Timor.

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Military History

This Week in History | Week 7

This week in history includes: The Battle of Pink Hill in South Africa, 3 RAR wins a battle honour in Korea, and the Fall of Singapore.

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Military History

Medals Of The Month – February 2020: Staff Nurse Una Evelyn Willans

This month we are featuring the medals of Staff Nurse Una Evelyn Willans.

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Military History

This Week in History | Week 6

This week in history includes: The Japanese defeat at Wau and the Battle of Sarimbun Beach.

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Military History

This Week in History | Week 5

This week in history includes: fighting in Derna begins, the Battle of Wau, the Japanese attack Ambon, and the beginning of the Tet Offensive in Vietnam.

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Australian soldier Private Michael Grech of the 7th Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment (7 RAR) on a Saigon rooftop during the Tet Offensive. The smoke in the background indicates that there is fighting close by. Savage encounters in urban areas were

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