Serving Our Country participant profiles and interviews

Vietnam veteran Mick Markham being interviewed by Michael Dodson and Allison Cadzow for the Serving Our Country project at his home in Pine Creek, Northern Territory, 14 September 2015. Photograph by Craig Greene.

Vietnam veteran Mick Markham being interviewed by Michael Dodson and Allison Cadzow for the Serving Our Country project at his home in Pine Creek, Northern Territory, 14 September 2015. Photograph by Craig Greene.

Serving Our Country participant profiles and interviews

25th August 2017

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You can now view over 147 Serving Our Country Participant profiles and interviews on the Yarn Up pages of this site, and there will be more made available here over the coming months.

Community Yarn Ups held around the country were a vital part of the Serving Our Country Project and these oral history recording sessions were structured to allow individuals to tell their story, their way, and many of these recorded histories are now easily accessible through this site and they help present a richer, deeper history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders military service in Australia from the Boer War to the present day.

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Updated:  16 July 2015/Responsible Officer:  Director, Serving our Country/Page Contact:  CAP Web Team