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  • A medium trench mortar and crew of the 3rd Australian Medium Trench Mortar Battery, 2nd Division, in action in a farmhouse 400 yards from the Germa...
  • Australian stretcher bearers resting in a sunken road west of Le Hamel
  • 3795 Private William LAWSON RH#17
  • The Lockleys Soldiers Memorial Hall configured as the Windsor Cinema until its closure in 199
  • Members of the Rowell family of Lockleys South Australia, taken in Pretoria South Africa
  • 6787, Pte S.A. Beare 27 Battalion AIF
  • Members of the Rowell family of Lockleys South Australia, taken in Pretoria South Africa
  • Members of the Rowell family of Lockleys South Australia, taken in Pretoria South Africa while they were serving there during the Boer War. Rowell...
  • NX70915 Lt CAH Moxham, 2nd/2nd machine Gun Battalion
  • Albert James DUNSTER's brief active service record
  • Albert James DUNSTER's headstone at Trois Arbres Cemetery
  • Albert James DUNSTER
  • Photograph of Flying Officer Jack Paradise and his crew 20 March 1944
  • Wiakerie is a popular location for recreational gliding
  • The River Murray near Waikerie South Australia
  • The victorious 1913 Waikerie Football team taken after they won the Grand Final against Morgan. Having won it for the third time in succession the...
  • The victorious 1913 Waikerie Football team taken after they won the Grand Final against Morgan. Having won it for the third time in succession the...
  • The victorious 1913 Waikerie Football team taken after they won the Grand Final against Morgan. Having won it for the third time in succession the...
  • Newspaper article detailing Tom Flynn's tragic demise
  • Tom Flynn as a member of the victorious 1913 Waikerie football team
  • Reuben Starr, member of the victorious 1913 Waikerie team that defeated Morgan in the Grand Final
  • Lance Bombadier Larry Davenport mans his weapon pit and an M60 Machine Gun the morning following the first attack on FSB Coral.
  • Larry Davenport FSB Coral 13 May 1968
  • A M2A2 105mm howitzer fires in support of 1 RAR from FSB Coral
  • Map illustrating the relative position of AO Surfers, Saigon and the Australian base at Nui Dat
  • A CH47 Chinook flies in a payload to the 102 Fd Bty LZ at FSB Coral
  • A CH47 Chinook flies in a payload to the 102 Fd Bty LZ at FSB Coral
  • Bell UH 1 "Iroquois", more familiarly known as 'Hueys' dropping supplies at FSB Coral
  • 3RAR Defensive positions at Balmoral. The soldiers are wearing steel helmets and they have a very well prepared fully 'dug in' weapon pit prepared...
  • Australians dress the wounds of a North Vietnamese prisoner captured in the aftermath of an attack on Balmoral. AWM CRO/68/0580/VN
  • Surrounded by Australians, wounded North Vietnamese prisoners lie on makeshift stretchers and wait to be evacuated from Balmoral.
  • A group of PoW awaiting extraction by helicopter FSB Balmoral 28 May 1968
  • A Centurion tank in position behind a protective bund at FSB Balmoral
  • 3RAR’s Regimental Sergeant Major, Vince Murdoch, tends a wounded and blindfolded North Vietnamese soldier at Balmoral.
  • Korea, 1952-05. Three officers from 'A' Company, 3rd Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (3RAR), share a bottle of beer in a reserve area. The...
  • Gallipoli Medallion, 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal
  • A specially modified Lancaster B1 of 617 Squadron overflies the Mohne Dam against which it has just released its 'Upkeep' depth charge bomb. The M...
  • A specially modified Lancaster B1 of 617 Squadron overflies the Mohne Dam against which it has just released its 'Upkeep' depth charge bomb. The M...
  • A specially modified Lancaster B1 of 617 Squadron overflies the Mohne Dam against which it has just released its 'Upkeep' depth charge bomb. The M...
  • Some of the Australians involved in the Dams Raid. Most were not to survive the War.
  • Some of the Australians involved in the Dams Raid. Most were not to survive the War.
  • Avenue of Honour Bacchus Marsh postcard, ca 1950
  • Avenue of Honour Bacchus Marsh postcard, ca 1950
  • Thomas Baker's Pilots Course. Baker is circled (right) and a colleague Packer is circled left.
  • Some of the Australians involved in the Dams Raid. Most were not to survive the War.
  • Some of the Australians involved in the Dams Raid. Most were not to survive the War.

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