With its limited setting, World War One drama, Journey’s End betrays its stage origins but still manages to be an intense and gripping if grim examination of the horror of the trench warfare. Based on the RC Sherif’s 1930 play, the film depicts a small ragged company of British soldiers on the frontline trenches of France in 1918. Led byRead more
A new book “The Fallen Diggers of Goldstein 1915-1918” has been released by Friends of Gallipoli Inc. to commemorate 100 years since Armistice Day on 11 November 1918.
The author Dr John Basarin speaks about the book in this interview from “A Newsman and his Music” on 88.3 Southern FM on Monday 12 November 2018.
A century after the end of World War One, Australia pauses on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month to pay its respects to the men and women who served Australia in all wars and overseas military missions.
This is the story of six brothers who went to war. Five came home, including Colin’s grandfather William “Bill” McGillivray. To find out more about the McGillivray brothers and their service in World War One, Colin spoke to David McGillivray.