25th June 2018
Monday, 18 August 2014 00:00

The Australian National Flag

Following federation in 1901, the new Commonwealth Government arranged a competition to choose a flag for the young nation, and entries were submitted from 32, 823 people – nearly 1% of the total Australian population at the time. There were five finalists with identical designs. One of the designers was Ivor Evans, a fourteen year old schoolboy.

Published in HERITAGE
Thursday, 07 August 2014 00:00

Principles of Good Government

Freedom and Heritage Society of Australia affirms our Constitution and Commonwealth, our Judeo-Christian and secular heritage, and the merits of Western civilization.  We want our citizenry to flourish as productive, responsible, law-abiding individuals who own their own lives, are concerned for others, but reject the self-destructive entitlement mentality

Published in ISSUES

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