- Wartime magazine issue 96
Wartime magazine issue 96
By Official magazine of the Australian War Memorial
Wartime Magazine (Spring 2021) - Afghanistan
- 20 years in Afghanistan by John Blaxland. What did Australia achieve there, and what did we learn?
- Leaving Kabul by Carter Malkasian. US strategy in Afghanistan failed to consider what victory and an exit would require.
- Reporting from the front by Karen Middleton. Three assignments in Afghanistan brought home strong lessons about journalism and war.
- War of resistance by Matt Anderson. Australia’s role inAfghanistan has ended, but the struggle is not over.
- A very long engagement by Aaron Pegram. New exhibitions at the Memorial will give greater attention to Australia’s role in the Middle East region.
- Assessing war trauma by Alexander McFarlane. The health costs of the war in Afghanistan raise unanswered questions that need continued research.
- Mad Monday by Michael Grant. A demanding task for 1st Commando Regiment in Afghanistan.
- Ink stories by Stephanie Boyle. Behind every tattoo there’s the story of a veteran of the Middle East.
- "With one voice, one heartbeat" by Hannah Viney. The size of the anti-Iraq War protests has never been matched, but their momentum died quickly.
- Stories of survival by Ally Roche. An immigrant artist left a record of her wartime story.
- Plus regular features including Reflections, Collection Insights, In the Picture, book reviews and Last Post.
Details: Magazine, published 2021.
Format: Soft cover, illustrations, 72 pages.
Dimensions: 29.7 cm (h) x 20.2 cm (w) 0.5 cm (d) / 210 grams.