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One of the wonderfully detailed dioramas at the Australian War Memorial:
The Australian War Memorial
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army, fighting, one, war, world
this is a brilliant image/but the sadness unimaginable/NO MORE WAR/thankyou for this
Ross, does this picture depict a WWII battle? It is a very interesting scene. I’m a veteran who served in a combat unit so military history is an interest of mine. I don’t know much about the military history of Australia. I find the picture fascinating. Could you tell me more about it if you have the time?
Hi Lori,This is from the Australian War Memorial (http://www.awm.gov.au/). In the World War One section they have lots of wonderfully detailed dioramas of various battles Australian soldiers fought in. Unfortunately I didn’t write down which shots were which battles so I’m not sure which one this depicts.Have a look at that website, though – there’s a lot of info about our military history.
– Ross Robinson
tremendous depiction, demonstrates the ‘uphill battle’ and ‘against odds’ nature of australians in wars during the 20th century, usually on the frontline of badly devised british plans
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