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This material is provided for historical context.

Tour
18 January 202318 January 2024
10:30am
Event
1 January 202331 December 2023
10:00am
Exhibition
23 November 202231 March 2023
9:00am
Exhibition
31 March 202228 February 2023
9:00am
Exhibition
1 January 202131 December 2024
12:00am
Event
19 February 201931 December 2024
11:00am
Exhibition
11 November 201811 November 2024
12:00am

On this day

On this day
30 January

1942 — Japanese troops attacked AMBON, Netherlands East Indies, (Indonesia). Australian troops of “Gull Force” and about 2,600 NEI soldiers tried to defend the island but were defeated

1951 — Women’s Royal Australian Air Force formed

1968 — The TET OFFENSIVE began in Vietnam. A series of co-ordinated attacks by communist forces were defeated but the Offensive proved to be a propaganda  victory for the communists, accelerating the American public’s growing opposition to the war. Australian troops of 2nd, 3rd, and 7th Battalions, Royal Australian Regiment were involved in the Offensive