A fascinating culinary history of one of Australia’s iconic foods, taking us around Australia, New Zealand and England, through recipe books, family treasures, letters to and from soldiers in WWI, photographs and anecdotes to discover the origins of our iconic Anzac biscuit.
Peer behind the barbed wire drawn around people deemed threats to Australia's security during the two world wars. Civilians from enemy nations, even if born in Australia, were subjects of suspicion and locked away in internment camps as prisoners-of-war, some shipped from the other side of the world.
A moving and fascinating account of the gruesome post-WWI search for some of the 45,000 Australians who had died in France and Belgium, in order to bring closure to families and to provide the fallen with a fitting burial.
In an attempt to help find her colleague's sister and possibly bring down the Nazi who held her captive, British agent Juliet is forced to relive her role in the war.
A dramatic re-telling of (largely fictional) events involving the women of the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) who piloted new planes to the airfields for the British Army in World War 2 for the men to take into battle.
In WW2, the Australian Army was given full authority to implement a Scorched Earth policy in the event of invasion. This is the record of that policy, uncovered by researcher Sue Rosen.
In a Nazi concentration camp in 1944, a Hungarian member of the Sonderkommando finds the body of his son and risks everything to give him a proper burial.
The true story of a prosecutor and a journalist in post-war Germany who try to expose their country's denial of the Nazi atrocities in Auschwitz & other camps.