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Episode 1 Trinny and Susannah head south to the heartland of Sydneys beach culture. In the Sutherland Shire, if youre… more info
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From the Boer War to the present day peacekeeping missions, Australians at War is the most comprehensive visual record… more info
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Australian War Experience DVD from DVDLand.This collection of four programmes provides an authentic account of the… more info
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Australia's contribution to the Great War has become part of the core of its national identity, and this work from the… more info
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Covering the period from the outbreak of The Great War, until the guns finally fell silent more than four years later,… more info
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The Perth Mint is proud to launch the historic Australian Posters of World War I collector series. Used to invigorate… more info
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The story of one of Australia’s most iconic institutions and the treasures in its vast collection. From the shores of… more info
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'Surely God weeps,' an Australian soldier wrote in despair of the conflict in Vietnam. But no God intervened to shorten… more info
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This book covers the carnage on the Western Front from 1916–1918. Likeman provides mini-biographies of each of the more… more info
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The best-selling Australians at Home were the first books to study the Australian home front, during World War I and… more info
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Seen as the last 'hot' frontline of the Cold War, the ten-year struggle in the rice paddies and jungles of South… more info
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For as long as Australians have been serving in wars, the victories and losses, the battles and faces, have been… more info
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This outstanding book tells the stories of eight courageous women through diaries, letters, photos, paintings and… more info
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Written and Illustrated in Gallipoli by the Men of ANZACThe ANZAC book became the finest ?trench publication? produced… more info
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