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Australia’s true baptism of fire – before Gallipoli

Author Greg Raffin shares the little-known story of Conrad Eitel, a young man with a German father, and the first time an Australian force was sent into battle after World War I was declared.

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Respecting the sacrifice of those who fought

Steve Perkin wonders whether those of us who didn’t serve in a war truly recognise the sacrifices made by those who did.

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Aussies believe it’s okay to torture Australian soldiers

New research suggests 21 per cent of Australians think it’s okay for Australian soldiers to be tortured for information. What do these alarming results say about our view of human rights?

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Remembrance Day 2014

Remembrance Day remains significant after 95 years as a reminder to all Australians of the sacrifices of armed forces and previous generations.

North Korea declares war

North Korea has declared war on its democratic neighbour South Korea

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