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Welcome to the Military History Society of NSW

This website has been created for Society members, as well as all persons who have an interest in the military history and heritage of New South Wales, Australia and the globe from ancient to modern times.

 

Since 1968 we have been the leading forum for the discussion of general military history and heritage in Sydney and New South Wales. We offer monthly lectures by interesting experts, a quarterly magazine presenting original content, social media sites, and group visits to places of historical significance.

 

Membership is open to all persons interested in military history, and all facets of military collecting and modelling, irrespective of their place of residence.

Our Recent Lectures

REMINISCENCES OF MY NAVAL CAREER: A lecture with Rear Admiral Guy Griffiths

March 22, 2020|Categories: Past speakers|

Rear Admiral Guy R Griffiths AO DSO DSC RAN (Ret) is one of Australia’s most distinguished military leaders, having served in the Royal Australian Navy – with stints in the Royal Navy – from enlistment as a Cadet Midshipman in 1937, aged 13, to retirement as Rear Admiral in 1980.

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CRIMEA 1855: How Britain built a railway to besiege Sevastopol By Colin Kay

November 11, 2019|Categories: Past speakers|

The Military History Society of New South Wales Incorporated presents LOCOMOTIVE OF WAR: CRIMEA 1855. How Britain built a railway to besiege Sevastopol, by Colin Kay.

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