The Australian War Memorial, arguably the nation’s most important cultural institution, has been unfairly targeted by cultural revisionists.
Most recently social commentator Dean Ashenden criticised its refusal to include Australia’s so-called ‘border wars’ in its narratives.
He claimed, “Given that the matter to be avoided, concealed or denied was, precisely, war, the AWM can be regarded as concealment’s epicentre.
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