After an incredibly busy period of long days, night shifts, and working weekends leading up to and throughout the Air Force Centenary commemorations and ANZAC Day, your Military Shop Team is taking some well-earned rest and relaxation over the upcoming Bank Holiday in the ACT.

So, while we will be closed from 28th-31st May, and unable to process any orders until the morning of Tuesday, June 1, 2021, rest assured any made, will be promptly processed on our return.

We appreciate your patience and understanding.


WW1 - Western Front Badge On Card

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Product Group 2, Product Group 3, Brand Group 1, Brand Group 2, Organisation,


Product Group 2:
Collectables & Gifts
Product Group 3:
Lapel Pins
Brand Group 1:
Brand Group 2:
Australia Great War


After escaping the horrors of Gallipoli, the Anzac troops were redeployed to France to fight the Germans. Amongst the few units not sent to the Western European front was the Light Horse, which remained in the Middle East. Fromelles, the Somme, Bullecourt, Messines, Passchendaele, Dernancourt and Villers-Bretonneux are names that hold a significant place in our history as a nation. During WW1 more than 290,000 Australians serving in the Australian Imperial Force (AIF) bravely fought on the Western Front in France and Belgium. Of the more than 290,000 Australians who served in this theatre of war 46,000 were either killed in action or died of their wounds. Dotted across the landscape of France and Belgium are hundreds of war cemeteries and memorials where these soldiers lie buried or where their names are listed among those thousands who have 'no known grave'; the 'missing'. 20mm 3D antique brass lapel badge

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