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The Anzac Centenary Think Piece Series can be emailed directly to your inbox on Thursday afternoons. To receive them click here.
Thu 23 April: Brigadier Tim Hanna – We Must Remember Them
Thu 30 April: Sir Eric Neal – Lest We Forget
Thu 14 May: Dr Susan Neuhaus – Women Need Not Apply
Thu 21 May: Robert Kearney – Suspension of Arms
Thu 4 June: Dr Sharon Mascall-Dare – We Did Not Fight Alone
Thu 11 June: Darren Peters – Stories You Need To Tell
Thu 25 June: Barry Presgrave – Never Forget Our Service
Thu 23 July: Colonel C.P. Moore – Colours of Courage
Thu 6 August: James Hurst – The Charge at the Nek
Wed 12 August: Bill Corey – I’m just Bill
Thu 13 August: Dr Nigel Starck – Victory in the Pacific
Thu 27 August: Dr John Weste – Germans in SA: interning enemy aliens
Thu 3 September: Janice Pavils – From Obelisk to Dardanelles Cenotaph
Thu 10 September: Steve Larkins – Every corner of the globe.
Thu 17 September: Group Captain, Ross Bender – Battle of Britain defining today’s RAAF
Thu 24 September: Michael Coligan – From footy field to battlefield.
Thu 1 October: Graham Cornes OAM – Why did they have to die?
Thu 22 October: Dr Claire Woods – Defying the odds: Looking to the future.
Thu 29 October: Calli Morgan – Time to Remember our Servicewomen
Thu 5 November: Catherine Manning – South Australia’s Home front History.
Thu 12 November: Lieutenant Colonel Graham Goodwin – Reflections on Remembrance
Thu 26 November: Graham Parks – What is commemoration?
Thu 3 December: Julia Langrehr – Mateship remains central to the RSL
Thu 10 December: Kim Philips – The Last Man
Thu 17 December: Rodney Beams – The last thing on their minds
Thu 24 December: Mark Bourchier – Missing from the Christmas table.
Thu 7 January: Helen Adamson – The War Widows’ Guild of SA turns 70.
Thu 14 January: Robert Black AM RFD – Legacy in the Centenary of ANZAC
Thu 21 January: Robert Jarrad – A time for family reflections
Thu 28 January: Andrew Piper – Can you give me information concerning my son?
Thu 4 February: Ray Kemp – Our Remarkable Silent Anzacs
Thu 11 February: Moose Dunlop OAM – Why so many ancillary ex-service organisations?
Thu 18 February: Bob Macintosh AFC OAM – We must find a way to lasting peace
Thu 25 February: Ian Shaw – Through my Grandmother’s Eyes
Thu 10 March: Dr Barbara Orchard – Our WWII Servicewomen
Thu 24 March: Don Longo – The Great War and Rural SA
Thu 31 March: Mrs Lan Le – Telling our home front stories is important
Thu 7 April: David Faber – The Anzac tradition and dissent
Thu 21 April: Lieutenant Colonel Graham Goodwin – It’s just a biscuit
Thu 28 April: Keith Harrison – Torrens – A special precinct
Thu 19 May: Brad West – How to remember the Vietnam War?
Thu 2 Jun: Kevin Jones – Making the choice to stay home
Thu 16 Jun: Peter FitzSimons – A salute to ‘Boss’
Thu 7 Jul: Barbara Orchard – Food for Thought
Thu 14 Jul: Elena Govor – Russian Anzacs in South Australia
Thu 28 Jul: Louise Bagger – When a picture paints 1000 words
Thu 11 Aug: Mike von Berg – In the War Engine Room
Thu 18 Aug: Jean Debelle – Caring for the Long Tan wounded
Thu 8 Sep: Howard Hendrick – Father and Son
Thu 15 Sep: Neil Wilson – The Lonely ANZAC
Thu 22 Sep: Phil Mason – In recognition of the Merchant Navy
Thu 29 Sep: Helen Meyer – Sandy Palmer died today.
Thu 20 Oct: The Hon. Leesa Vlahos MP – PTSD – then and now
Thu 17 Nov: Paul Sykes – The Family Never Forgets
Thu 24 Nov: Chantelle Graham – Hallowed ground
Thu 1 Dec: Jennifer Dowling – I just wanted to be there
Thu 8th Dec: Andrew Natale – Digging deeper
Thu 15 Dec: Simon Kelly – Return to Country
Thu 22 Dec: Rob Manton – Spare a thought
Thu 19 Jan: Chantelle Graham – More than a simple animal
Thu 26 Jan: Bill Denny – Finding Michael
Thu 23 Feb: Brigadier Laurie Lewis AM (Retd) – Missing mates
Thu 9 Mar: Rob Manton – Drop the ‘D’
Thu 16 Mar: Bill Hignett – Remembering David Paterson
Thu 23 Mar: Chantelle Graham – Who is worthy?
Thu 13 Apr: Ian Smith – Why do you march?
Thu 27 Apr: Sapper Curtis McGrath OAM – DUSTOFF
Thu 4 May: Sharon Cleary – Bulletproof
Thu 18 May: Andrea Gerrard – The Headstone Project
Thu 25 May: James Hurst – The Cods
Thu 22 Jun: Flight Lieutenant Paul Dare – Being left behind
Thu 29 Jun: Harjit Singh – A son of Australia
Thu 6 Jul: Charlotte Matthias – Why do we commemorate?
Thu 13 Jul: Caitlin Ward – Getting lost on the roads
Thu 27 Jul: Brigadier Mick Burgess – The stories of heroes
Thu 10 Aug: Hayley Boswell – From a Partner’s Perspective
Thu 31 Aug: Pat Beale – What was Amiens?
Thu 14 Sep: Melanie Fuller – Still following the Sapper
Thu 28 Sep: Brenton Ragless – Train of thought
Thu 5 Oct: Chantelle Graham – Extended Family
Thu 12 Oct: Ben Parkinson – Continuing to Serve
Thu 19 Oct: Rob Manton – Honouring those who served
Thu 26 Oct: Paula Dabovich – People paused to think
Thu 2 Nov: Simon Kelly – That great victory
Thu 9 Nov: Chantelle Graham – Stop and remember