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Reading on a Rainy Day, 1811 (Wikimedia Commons/McGill Library/George Mills
- Recent posts related to the Heritage Guardians campaign against the $498m extensions to the Australian War Memorial can be found in our campaign diary.
- Lyndon Megarrity reviews Richard J. Martin’s book on the people and places of the Gulf Country (20 May 2019).
- John Warhurst reviews a collection of articles on the role of pressure groups and lobbyists (20 May 2019).
- Bob Hawke and Ataturk: a passing reminiscence (17 May 2019).
- Edward St John and the South Africa Defence and Aid Fund: John Myrtle writes (17 May 2019).
- Don Brian: The Convict Voice: Songs of Transportation to Norfolk Island and NSW: Tony Smith writes (13 May 2019).
- Alison Broinowski reviews The Light Horse Ghost, a novel by Julie Janson (12 May 2019).
- Margaret Pender reviews World War Noir: Sydney’s Unpatriotic War, by Duffy and Hordern (5 May 2019).
- Anzac Day writing from non-mainstream media (25 April 2019).
- Christopher Knaus of Guardian Australia on War Memorial Director Nelson and French arms company Thales (24 April 2019).
- Clare Wright reviews Marilyn Lake’s new book, Progressive New World: How Settler Colonialism and Transpacific Exchange Shaped American Reform (24 April 2019).
- Lest We Forget Yassmin Abdel-Magied: a two-year retrospective: David Stephens writes (24 April 2019).
- Köken Ergun’s Şehitler (Heroes) is a well observed Dardanelles doco that deserves wide distribution (18 April 2019).
- Does it matter that the President knows nix about history? You bet it does, say three historians (16 April 2019).