On the 11th minute of the 11th
hour of the 11th month…
We Will Remember Them
A story of bravery, humility, honour, camaraderie and sacrifice, as remembered by South Australian veterans who served in New Guinea during World War II.
Vincent Ross has been a professional journalist for more than 40 years, working in newspapers, public relations, lifestyle magazines and digital media, both as an editor and copywriter, and as a freelance travel writer and photographer.
He is married to Lee-Anne, has three sons, Ryan, Dylan and Tyler, a daughter-in-law, Erica and a beautiful baby granddaughter, Tora.
People and places visited, written about or photographed by Vincent cover Turkey, Thailand, Laos, Borneo, Bali, Sri Lanka, Israel, Greece, Britain, Scotland, France, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Belgium, Singapore, Malaysia, North Korea, South Korea, Tahiti, Fiji, Samoa, India, New Caledonia, Vietnam, New Zealand, Macau, the Philippines, Argentina, Papua New Guinea, Australia, the Falkland Islands and Antarctica.
Vincent lives in Adelaide, South Australia – the driest state on the driest continent and is an honorary member of the Australian Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA).
As a journalistic journeyman, he has a keen interest in the worldwide practice and impact of permaculture, with particular focus on eco-friendly travel, culture, home and lifestyle. Vincent believes Australians and Canadians have a lot in common. After all, we’re all human.
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