This Armistice Day, we’re looking at soldiers who suffered horrendous facial injuries during the Great War and how medicine and art worked together to help them.
This remembrance day, I suggest that we don’t honour the fallen digger, I believe that we should take a mental note of the responsible adults who sent them to die.
Today is a day to remember those lost in The Great War, and as Loretta Barnard explains, no-one described the horror like poet Wilfred Owen.
History enthusiast Lauren Ford reflects on the commemoration of Anzac Day around the nation and the new generation of young Australians leading the charge to remember the fallen.
On the eleventh minute, of the eleventh hour of the eleventh month, Paris Portingale takes a moment to reflect on Remembrance Day and what it all means…
As important as Anzac Day is to the national psyche, Rainer the Cabbie reflects on aspects of the day that maybe we should forget rather than remember.