September/October 2017 ISSUE Update

Reveille is the well-read magazine of the Returned and Services League of Australia (NSW Branch). As this is a member benefit and goes to a majority of our members, we try to hold the printing of each issue for as long as we can to ensure we have the most up to date and accurate information included. 

For this reason, we have held the September/October 2017 issue by approximately two (2) weeks so that we can include information relating to the Bergin Inquiry. Members should expect to receive Reveille in the mail from approximately 22 September 2017.

Please do not worry if you have not sent back a Reveille feedback form. Your copy will still be in the mail this issue. Please wait till after 29 September 2017 in metro areas and 6 October 2017 in rural areas to enquire about your copy if it has not yet arrived. This will allow Australia Post 1-2 weeks to deliver your magazine.

July/August 2017 issue

Reveille is the official bi-monthly magazine of The Returned and Services League of Australia (New South Wales Branch) for Service and Affiliate Members.

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Featured in this issue of Reveille:

  • State Congress: A new State President and fresh faces on State Council after election results are declared at the Annual State Congress in Albury

  • Beersheba: The triumph of the Australian Light Horse will be a focus of WWI commemorations this year. A special feature from Israel

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Reveille online launched

About 18 months ago the publishers of Reveille approached the Reveille committee with a proposal to help commemorate the RSL Centenary year.

They proposed that we, the RSL, make a gift to the people of NSW and Australia. They proposed that we undertake, to make available online every page, of every issue, of every year Reveille has been published since it was launched in 1927.

The Reveille Committee took the proposal to the State Council who enthusiastically gave the go-ahead.

Not only is every page available but it has a smart search capacity which can be searched by topic, person or date.

We are also pleased to announce that Acumen has offered to update and maintain Reveille online at no cost into the future.

So, after 30,000 pages have been scanned and catalogued, we were very excited to launch Reveille Online at the RSL NSW State Congress 2016.

Access Reveille Online here