Let us never forget tragic losses of the past, even as war rages

By Letters to the Editor
April 24 2022 - 7:30pm
Sister Vivian Bullwinkel, who died in 2000, with her portrait at the Australian War Memorial. Picture: Richard Briggs

This Anzac Day, the brutal Russian invasion of Ukraine is a reminder of the aggression and tyranny of both Nazi Germany in Europe and the then Empire of Japan in the Asia-Pacific in the 1930s and 40s.

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