Australia and New Zealand


ANZAC Portal

“The Anzac Portal is part of the Australian Government’s ongoing commitment to honour the service and sacrifice of the men and women who have served in defence of our nation,” said Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Mr. Dan Tehan.

Australia's Vietnam War
Exploring the Combat Actions of the 1st Australian Task Force
Australian and New Zealand Photos
Australian Patches, Medals and Badges
2/35 Field Artillery - Request for Australian Unit Citation
Australian Dept of Veterans Affairs
Australian Guide

1. This Is Australia

2. How Powerful Is Australia?

3. 15 Things You Didn't Know About AUSTRALIA

4. 5 Things Australia Does Better Than The US

Combat Actions in Vietnam of the 1st Australian Task Force
(Link courtesy of Don Aird 1/83rd)
Australians at Nui Dat
(Link courtesy of Bob Billiards - 131 DLB)
Australian Task Force Area (Phuoc Tuy and Nui Dat)
(Photos courtesy of Neal Schwartz 1/83rd)
Australian Vietnam Veterans Memorial at Broken Hill
Australian War Memorial
Australian Weapons
This was the most fearsome army in the Vietnam War
Added 5/23/2022
Battle of Long Tan
Insecticide Deceit at Nui Dat
(An Australian Perspective)
New Zealand and the Vietnam War
New Zealand Patches, Medals and Ribbons
New Zealand War Memorial
Military Units/Associations Vietnam
Poems, Books and Literature
Australia and New Zealand
Remembrance Day
(Courtesy of Warwick Brooker)

More on Remembrance Day
(Courtesy of Warwick Brooker)

Updated 5/23/2022

Tomb of the Unknown Australian Soldier
(Courtesy of Warwick Brooker)

Added 5/23/2022

Spirit of the Anzacs (Video)
(Courtesy of Bob Billiard)
The Last Post
(Courtesy of Warwick Brooker)

In military tradition, the Last Post is the bugle call that signifies the end of the day's activities. It is also sounded at military funerals to indicate that the soldier has gone to his final rest and at commemorative services such as ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day.

This 1 and a 1/2 minute version is done on a violin by Rachel Bostock and is very moving.

Other Australian and New Zealand Material


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