This series of 25-minute films, Forgotten Corners of Military History, considers subjects not generally known, even to students. Many of the topics deal with less memorable aspects of conflict, such as mutiny, or such as defeats on the battlefield, hence they have not been glamorised and publicised. Yet, these are all stories that deserve recording and passing on to a new generation.
They would be of interest to teachers and students of history, social issues etc, also to a general audience interested in how our world and our society have developed, and also to past and serving members of military forces. The films are based upon seminars presented by Dr Kevin Baker, Visiting Fellow and Lecturer at the Australian Defence Force Academy, UNSW.