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1966: The Year That Changed the World

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Updated: 15 May 2016
1966: The Year That Changed the World is an exhibition dedicated to the year 1966 which, as far as historic impact goes, left an imprint on Australia and the world. Located in the undercroft beneath the Shrine of Remembrance, the exhibition tells the story of the first Australian Task Force sent to Vietnam, the first National Servicemen serving in the war, and the Battle of Long Tan, perhaps the most famous battle fought by the Australian Army during the Vietnam War. Half a century later, 1966: The Year That Changed the World commemorates these events for those who were there and for the next generation to know, to understand, and to learn.

📅 Until July 14

📍 Shrine of Remembrance, Birdwood Ave, Melbourne VIC +61 (03) 9661 8100

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