Australian Soldiers

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Battle Of Rabaul (1942) - Battle
... After the odds facing the Australians mounted significantly, Lerew signalled RAAF HQ in Melbourne with the Latin motto "Nos Morituri Te Salutamus" ("we who are about to die ... As a result of the intense air attacks, Australian coastal artillery was destroyed and Australian infantry were withdrawn from Rabaul itself ... Within hours, Scanlan ordered "every man for himself", and Australian soldiers and civilians split into small groups and retreated through the jungle ...
Mark Johnston (author) - Bibliography
... At the Frontline - Experiences of Australian Soldiers in WWII, Cambridge University Press, 1996 Fighting the Enemy - Australian Soldiers and their ...
Australian Army Catering Corps - History - 1950s: Korea and Malaya
... a Cookery School at Kure in Japan and many Australian soldiers completed their basic training there ... Whilst in Korea the cooks of the Australian Army worked under extreme climatic conditions, it was either very hot or very cold their kitchens were normally just tents and in the main units were mobile ... Rations for Australian soldiers were a mixture of American and British, a large percentage being canned ...
Edmund Herring - Chief Justiceship and Later Life
... Herring was selected as leader of the Australian Services Contingent for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II ... This saw Australian soldiers as the Queen's Guard at Buckingham Palace on 26 May 1953, with Herring personally taking part in the procession ... The first is this, that under the Australian constitution the great common law courts of Australia are the Supreme Courts of the States ...

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    It is not enough that our life is an easy one. We must live on the stretch, retiring to our rest like soldiers on the eve of a battle, looking forward to the strenuous sortie of the morrow.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Each Australian is a Ulysses.
    Christina Stead (1902–1983)