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Victoria Remembers

Victoria Remembers

Victoria has a proud military service history and, for over a century, men and women have bravely served our nation in war and peacekeeping operations.

The Victorian Government is committed to honouring this service and to giving veterans and their families the support, respect and recognition they deserve.

Here you can learn more about Victoria's story of service and the State Government's educational, commemorative and welfare initiatives that support the Victorian veteran community.

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Anzac Centenary

Anzac Centenary

August 2014 marked 100 years since the commencement of the First World War - Remembrance Day 2018 will mark a century since the ceasefire.

The State Government's Anzac Centenary program (2014-2018) inspires Victorians to learn more about the First World War, to get involved in local events and activities and to share their own World War One stories.

These stories will reconnect Victorians to the Anzac legacy and create a lasting testimonial that will educate and inspire future generations.

The Anzac Centenary will enrich and deepen our understanding of the commitment and sacrifice made by Australian servicemen and women during the First World War and by those who continue to serve in uniform around the world.

 

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Victoria Remembers Calendar 2016

Victoria Remembers Calendar 2016

We have collected 366 interesting facts from Victoria's rich military history to bring you the 2016 Victoria Remembers Calendar

Save or print your calendar by visiting the Victoria Remembers Calendar 2016 page.

The Vietnam War

The Vietnam War

18 August 2016, Vietnam Veterans Day, marks the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Long Tan - the costliest single battle for Australian troops during the Vietnam War.

The Victorian Government has committed $1 million over two years to support the Vietnam Veterans Association of Australia (VVAA) Victorian Branch in delivering a range of commemorative and educational activities to acknowledge the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Long Tan and the Vietnam War.

The Victorian Government is committed to honouring the service and sacrifice of those who served during the Vietnam War and ensuring these stories are safeguarded and shared with future generations.

Learn more about the Vietnam War, share your story and see how you can get involved.

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