Keeping the peace
For countries torn apart by war, the appearance of the United Nation’s (UN) Blue Berets is a sign that the first tangible steps have been taken on the road to peace.
14 September 2020
Four reasons to use an advocate
RSL Queensland's free advocacy service can help you navigate the DVA claims process and ensure you get the best possible outcome.
11 September 2020
A decade has passed since the Battle of Derapet, one of the largest engagements of Australian regular forces since the Vietnam War.
24 August 2020
Searing pain in El Alamein for one of the Rats of Tobruk
Donald Simpson served on the dusty battlefields of the Middle East during WWII, until he was struck down by an enemy bullet.
19 August 2020
How Queenslanders celebrated Victory in the Pacific
When World War II ended, there was singing and dancing in the streets for days. “They were all going mad. All the excitement, they couldn't get over it.”
15 August 2020
Jitterbugging and kissing competitions
The first VP Day was celebrated with jubilation as crowds filled the streets across Australia.
13 August 2020
Cheers, beers and water fights - News of peace in New Guinea
Stan Mellick OAM served in the jungles of New Guinea for three years before the Allies claimed victory.
12 August 2020