Category: Lest We Forget

ANZAC Day

Gundagai 7th Light Horse Troop, ANZAC Day 2013 The Gundagai Memorial (Great War 1914-1918) carries the names of 1133 men and women from the town and surrounding district who enlisted.  The 1911 Census shows that the population of the town at…

Antifa Commie Nazis dabble in fake history

Antifa Commie Nazi brave fighting methods   One of the oddest trends in the so-called ‘anti fascism’ by the anarchists and Antifa generally, is the use of Australian servicemen images from the Second World War. They would falsify the character…

ANZAC Day meaning

Our ANZAC Day is an annual dedication to our national remembrance of our Australians with New Zealanders past and present who have served, sacrificed, lost their lives in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations, as well as of the contribution…

Rekindling our Waltzing Matilda

    Unidentified men of our 5th Division AIF partaking in cigarettes and resting by the side of the Montauban road, near Mametz, while enroute to the trenches. Most of the men are wearing Aussie sheepskin jackets and woollen gloves and…

December 3: Eureka Stockade Day

Today marks the 161st anniversary of the storming by British troops of the Eureka Stockade at Ballaarat. Much has been written by all sorts of people about Eureka and its legacy – and of course, about the blue and white…

Apr 25: ANZAC Day

On the outset of then ‘The Great War’, ordinary Australian and New Zealand men answered the call. Blind loyalty today cannot be understood, so to respect our forefathers we honour their unquestioned heroism and sacrifice.  How can we not? Gassed…

Australian Military Service Recognition

Today on Australia’s Vietnam Veterans Day, the Australia First Party acknowledges the selfless service and sacrifice of Australia’s men and women who served our nation during the Vietnam War and who took part in various capacities in all conflicts under…