On July 22, 1938, King George VI honoured the fallen at the opening of the Australian War Memorial on the edge of the historic Villers-Bretonneux battlefield.
The media mogul, whose position as chairman has become increasingly controversial, has been reappointed as a member of the council of the Australian War Memorial.
Next month’s COVID-restricted Anzac Day commemoration at the Australian War Memorial could be the last held on the site for years.
The former chief historian of the Australian War Memorial has called for its chairman, Kerry Stokes, to stand down over his public and private support for soldiers accused of war […]
“Bigger does not mean better and more expensive does not buy broad commemoration,” war widow Kellie Merritt told a parliamentary hearing.