Anzac soldiers wrote poetry about body lice, shared treatment tips and experimented with new ways of bathing.
Some of our coastal defences are in desperate need of preservation and could be transformed into tourist attractions.
Finding the wreck of SS Iron Crown, lost underwater for more than 70 years, was the (relatively) easy part. It’s what we can learn from now on that’s the challenge.
In 1960, historian Ken Inglis wondered if Anzac functioned as a secular religion in Australian society. In 2017, we can confidently answer: yes, it does.
The decision to ‘ban’ relatives of British servicemen to the commemoration of the 1916 Battle of Fromelles is wrongheaded.