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Author: John Wisdom
The Defence Science and Technology Organisation is the research and development arm of the Australian Department of Defence. This book summarises its history.
Kinabalu National Memorial Park Project; a Proposal for Commemoration
Authors: G S Carter, DSO; J Kidman Cox; and Tom Harrisson, DSO
Author: Arthur Page
An Australian interrogator in the war against Japan
Story: George Forbes
Artwork: Don Johnston and Jock Britz
Production: "Bill" Clayton
Author: Alan Smith
A History of 121st Australian General Transport Company (AIF) 1941-1946
Author: Erwin N Thompson
'History of the US Army Corps of Engineers in the Pacific 1905-1980'
A record of the achievements of the US Army Corps of Engineers in the Pacific Basin
An Account of the Work of the British Special Operations Executive in France 1940-1944
Author: M R D Foot
12 monthly issues for 1954 collected in hardcover binding
12 monthly issues for 1955 collected in hardcover binding
12 monthly issues for 1956 collected in hardcover binding
Author: Peter Pederson
Retraces steps of the ANZACS since 1915, including Gallipoli, Hamel, the Kokoda Trail, Long Tan & modern-day conflicts. Describes how the Anzacs developed out of the small militia units of the Boer War.
Author: Bob Breen
3rd Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment, Korea 23-24 April 1951
This reconstructs the events of the first 24 hours of the Battle of Kapyong and it deals specifically with the actions of 3 RAR.
Author: Roman Garby-Czerniawski
After the fall of Poland Garby-Czerniawski made his way to France and, posing as a Frenchman, eventually got together a band of kindred spirits to collect information on German military formations, installations etc.
Authors: D W Ronald and R J Carter
The Longmoor Military Railway, for many years regarded by thousands of military railwaymen as their home, closed in 1969. This book tells the story of this unique railway.
Author: Geoffrey C Ward
Based on a Ken Burns film. 'War: An Intimate History' unites the voices of the individuals who experienced the sorrow and anxiety of a war.