David W. Cameron (Author)
David W. Cameron received his PhD in biological anthropology in 1995 at the Australian National University and is a former Australian Research Council QEII Fellow at the Department of Anatomy & Histology, University of Sydney. He has conducted fieldwork in Australia, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. He is the author of several books on Australian military history and primate evolutionary biology and has published over 60 papers in internationally peer-reviewed journals. He lives in Canberra.
Ant Neate (Reader)
Ant Neate is a Melbourne based Actor & Voice Artist. He has a life long love of Shakespeare, Theatre and Performance.
Apart from the thousands of Voice Overs in the last 25 years along with teaching and directing, his screen credits include Love and Other Catastrophes, Chameleon, Secret Life of Us, Bad Eggs, Neighbours and Evil Never Dies.
His stage credits include Lady Chatterly's Lover, The Great Gatsby, Hamlet, Stagedoor, Life of Celand Life and death of Yorick the fool
Powerfully written by Australia's leading military historian, Saving Port Moresby commemorates the 80th Anniversary of the Battles in New Guinea.
Japanese Major General Horii Tomitarô, commanding the South Seas Force, was tasked, after taking Kokoda Pla...[SEE MORE]