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After a gap of 40 years, two incredibly brave young Australian soldiers have recently been awarded the Victoria Cross (VC).  The highest military decoration for valour, it is a simple design, a bronze cross with a plain crimson ribbon and if you read their citations it is very easy to understand why Mark Donaldson and […]

The February 2012 News and Views Newsletter

The War Veterans Home at Pinjarra Hills has just opened it latest renovation, greatly improving the service that these wonderful people who live here recieve.

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Last year the Defence Minister announced that all employment categories have now been opened and are unrestricted.  In essence he has cleared the way for females to be employed in frontline combat categories like Infantry and Armour while making the distinction that all applicants must meet common, equal physical requirements for these roles. Now in […]

Les sadly passed away on 24 November. His funeral was held on 2 December at the Moggill Anglican Church. May he rest in peace. Our condolences go to their families. Lest we forget.

  Ken passed away peacefully on 14 August and a memorial service was held for him on 19 November at the Brookfield Uniting Church. May he rest in peace. Our condolences go to their families. Lest we forget.

The December 2011 News and Views Newsletter

In 1914 a series of widespread unofficial ceasefires took place along the Western Front around Christmas time, during the First World War. Through the week leading up to Christmas, parties of German and Allied soldiers began to exchange seasonal greetings and songs between their trenches.  At times the tension of war was reduced to such […]

Theirs but to do and die: Into the valley of Death   Rode the six hundred  Cannon to the right of them, Cannon to the left of them, Cannon in front of them Volley’d and thunder’d; Storm’d at with shot and shell, Boldly they rode and well, Into the jaws of Death, Into the mouth […]

The Empire of the Sun sits at the gates of Australia having already badly mauled the US Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbour, overrun China, Malaya, Singapore, the Philippines, Dutch East Indies and much of New Guinea.  Seemingly invincible and masters of jungle warfare, Japan occupies Rabaul, commences bombing raids on Darwin and sails bringing the […]

Specific engagements or events often come to symbolise and connect us to the “character” of a particluar war.  Breaker Morant in the Boer War, the Gallipoli landings in the Dardanelles through to the Somme on the Western Front in WWI.  The Kokoda track and Battle of Coral Sea in WWII, the Battle of Kapyong in […]