Using evidence to explore two Z Force raids - Operation Jaywick and Operation Rimau - in World War 2.
Using evidence to explore the Australian experience of war in Timor during World War 2.
Using evidence to explore this infamous death march of POWs during World War 2.
Using evidence to explore Australia's East Timor connections in World War 2 and today.
Was the Australian hospital ship Centaur, sunk by a Japanese submarine near Brisbane, a legitimate war target? Using evidence to decide.
What was the Battle of Coral Sea? Did it save Australia from Japanese invasion? Using evidence to decide.
Using evidence to explore the experience of Weary Dunlop as a POW of the Japanese in World War 2.
Using evidence to explore the life and death of an Australian airman in World War 2.
Outline of the war in New Guinea and the Pacific.
An outline of the conflict at Sanananda in New Guinea in World War 2.
The story behind two memorials at Garden Island, Perth.
The story of messenger pigeons in New Guinea during World War 2.
The story of the massacre of Australian nurses by Japanese in World War 2, and the survival of one of them, Sr Vivien Bullwinkel.
The story of the Kokoda Track.
The story of the Battle of the Coral Sea.
The story of Australia's last surviving VC from World War 2.
The story of Australian involvement in Timor in World War 2.
An outline of the Battle of the Coral Sea
The story of the Torres Strait Islander troops.
The story of the victory at Milne Bay.
The story of a group of Australian 'paragunners' in New Guinea.
Acknowledging the role of New Guinea bearers in World War 2.
Practical suggestions for interviewing people about their war-related experience.
Map of where Australians fought in the Asian, Pacific and New Guinea area.