- Wartime magazine issue 100
Wartime magazine issue 100
By Official magazine of the Australian War Memorial
Wartime Magazine (Spring 2022) - 100th issue
- The 1930s: a new imperial age by Richard Overy. In the years before the coming world war, the Axis nations were pursuing an outdated dream of empire.
- "Vilely murdered" by Kristen Alexander. Five Australians were among 50 killed in reprisals for the Great Escape from a Nazi prison camp.
- Locating the lost by Kate Ariotti. The search for prisoners of war dead along the Burma-Thailand railway.
- Fire eater of the 48th by Michael Kelly. Lieutenant Charles Stoerkel survived all that war could throw at him, but he struggled in its aftermath.
- Stories of loss by Jen Roberts. In the Great War, Australian families suffered greatly waiting for news from half a world away.
- "A record beyond price" by Meghan Adams. Before the opening of the Memorial in 1941, the vast record of the First World War had been on display for many years.
- The tinplate empire by Chris Goddard. After war’s end, tin toys led the recovery of Japanese industry.
- Years of decay by Jordan Beavis. Australia’s armed forces were neglected between the First and Second World Wars.
- Plus regular features including Reflections, Collection Insights, In the Picture, Behind the Scenes, book reviews and Last Post.
Details: Magazine, published 2022.
Format: Soft cover, illustrations, 72 pages.
Dimensions: 29.7 cm (h) x 20.2 cm (w) 0.5 cm (d) / 210 grams.