In December 1941 Japanese forces landed at Malaya and began a rapid advance southwards towards Singapore. Australians were among the Allied forces fighting to halt the advance.
Bomber Command is the second book in the Australians in World War II series, published by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA).
This publication contains a brief history of the Royal Australian Navy RAN) in the First World War. It is accompanied by more than 100 images showing the personnel and vessels of the RAN as they served on operations around the world.
Australians of the 6th Division walk through Derna. After hard fighting on the outskirts of the town, the Italians, faced with Allied troops who had occupied the important high ground overlooking their positions, and realising that they were being outflanked, withdrew on 29 January 1941.
This commemorative publication is the fifth and final in the Australians in World War I series. It contains a brief essay on the impact of the First World War on Australian society and more than 100 full-page images.
A Breda gun crew of HMAS Perth rests after a full day of returning fire from German fighter aircraft during the evacuation of Allied troops from Sfakia, on the southern coast of Crete, 30 May 1941.
This publication was produced by DVA to mark the 100th anniversary of the AFC and is the fourth book in the series about the First World War.
is the third commemorative publication in the Australians in World War I series. It contains a selection of images and a brief history of the campaign.