Between 1962 and 1966, Indonesia under the aggressive leadership of Sukarno ‘confronted’ the new state of Malaysia, labelling it a cloak for British imperial interests in south-east Asia.
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.
The Somme campaign between July and November 1916 is widely regarded as one of the greatest tragedies in British and Imperial military history.
At the battles of Mission Ridge and Brigade Hill, 7-8 September 1942, in the legendary Kokoda Trail Campaign, three sister battalions of the AIF were together for the first time.
The lightening advance of Japanese forces south to the Netherlands East Indies (Indonesia) in March 1942 spelt doom for two proud warships of the Allied navies.
Ms. Eleanor Limprecht will be sharing with us about the research which she did into Australian war brides who went to America during WWII in order to write her novel, The Passengers.
Before the RAAF has even taken possession of the latest addition to its arsenal of air weapons, the F35 - a 5th generation fighter - is being heralded as one of the most cyber tested weapon systems in the world.
Centennial WW1 Armistice Tribute, Gallipoli, Western Front and Palestine – Eye Witness Accounts by Dr Jonathan King
Centennial WW1 Armistice Tribute. Gallipoli, Western Front & Palestine - Eye Witness Accounts. The author's campaign to switch the commemorative spotlight from Gallipoli to important but less well-known battlefields.
The story of a very adventurous and heroic US Air Force Officer that was seconded to the CIA to overfly Soviet airspace at the height of the cold war.
The Battle of Hamel, by Robert Muscat, President of the [...]