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    Honest History promotes balanced consideration of Australian history by offering contesting, evidence-based interpretations to students, teachers, universities, journalists and the public. We challenge the misuse of history to serve political or other agendas.

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    Heritage Guardians: a campaign against the proposed $498m extensions to the Australian War Memorial

    Total Australian spend on Anzac centenary is around $A600 million – or $1.1 billion if you include proposed War Memorial extensions (and a bit more in this year’s Budget)

    Parliamentary Committee report on national institutions is rather a ho-hum document

    Rowan Cahill reviews Pam Menzies’ Port Kembla: A Memoir, a local history that captures the diversity of Australia

    David Stephens reviews Our Corner of the Somme: Australia at Villers-Bretonneux, by Romain Fathi

    For Our Country: Australian War Memorial sidles a little closer to a balanced view of Indigenous warriors: David Stephens writes

    David Stephens on a diversity theme in Australian Foreign Affairs, Meanjin and the Australian Dictionary of Biography (picture)

    Derek Abbott reviews Peter Britton’s Working for the World, on Australian volunteers overseas

    ‘German frightfulness’ from the Australian Light Horse, Egypt, 1919: Hall Greenland writes

    John Blaxland reviews John Fahey’s Australia’s First Spies: The Remarkable Story of Australia’s Intelligence Operations, 1901-45 (picture)

    Looking back …

    Australia is more than Anzac – and always has been