We are often asked to identify medals from photographs, which usually arrive via email, but Rick didn’t have email, so he took a 3 hour bus trip with this photo...
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Uncovering information about your family military history can be both surprising and extremely satisfying – you also need to be warned in advance that it can highly addictive! Step 1:...
This is for anyone who wants to do their own research and already has access to their ancestor’s WW1 Australian service records, usually available as a download from the National...
A guide to wearing your own medals or ancestors' medals on ANZAC Day and at other official ceremonies.
On the evening of 12 October 2002, Constable Timothy Britten placed his life in danger, repeatedly entering a burning nightclub in Bali following a terrorist bombing.