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Book Review: The Warsaw Orphan

Book Review: The Warsaw Orphan

24 August 2021

A vital retelling of a period of history we should never repeat... Read more

Cuppa Tea, Digger? is hot off the press

Cuppa Tea, Digger? is hot off the press

19 May 2021

World War Two book launch celebrates 25 years in the research trenches ... Read more

Book Review: Hunger Winter by Rob Currie

Book Review: Hunger Winter by Rob Currie

16 February 2021

A brother and sister escape Nazi pursuers in WW2.... Read more

Book Review: Crown of Glory, Crown of Thorns

Book Review: Crown of Glory, Crown of Thorns

16 January 2021

This is a fitting tribute that has the potential to shape the future of the Army – if we learn fro... Read more

God at the centre of Elsie's lifetime of memories

God at the centre of Elsie's lifetime of memories

2 December 2020

Faith carries Elsie through war, officership and immigrating to Australia... Read more

Book Review: Cuppa Tea Digger? by Lindsay Cox

Book Review: Cuppa Tea Digger? by Lindsay Cox

14 November 2020

A look at how The Salvation Army served Diggers in World War Two.... Read more

Remembering the fallen

Remembering the fallen

11 November 2020

Stopping at the 11th hour to reflect and give thanks... Read more

Big-hearted Bill a casualty of war

Big-hearted Bill a casualty of war

11 November 2020

The story of a Salvation Army officer who gave his life in service for his country and his God... Read more

Remembering wartime heroes

Remembering wartime heroes

9 November 2020

Salvo chaplains still held in high esteem... Read more

Book Review: Where Soldiers Lie, by Ian McPhedran

Book Review: Where Soldiers Lie, by Ian McPhedran

17 April 2020

Journalist Ian McPhederan begs us to remember the nameless soldiers who never made it home.... Read more

War heroes on the home front

War heroes on the home front

18 May 2016

The army of volunteers who toiled behind the scenes.... Read more

Symbol of service

Symbol of service

11 May 2016

From its first appearance in World War One, through to its adoption as the iconic symbol of the annu... Read more