Lest We Forget Journal Cards

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Heritage Memories Military


Product Information

  • Type: Embellishment Pack
  • Designer: Julie C Designs
  • Software Category: Military
  • Download Size: 23.5 MB (approximate)

Design Elements

  • Page Elements: 16

Terms of Use

Julie C Designs's Terms of Use for this kit.

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Designer Notes

Anzac Day means a lot to me, my Dad proudly marched every year until his death in 2006, he never missed a year. I grew up in Rabaul, New Guinea, and we lived with WWII every day of our lives. Every street in town had some memory of the war on it, either a tank, a name, a tunnel, an anti-aircraft gun, bombs, torpedoes, cranes, tracks, plane wrecks and pill boxes. Even a Sunday picnic at the beach had a pill box or tunnel in it, even one of our wharves was called the Wreck Wharf because it was a bombed ship’s hull that was filled with concrete and used for small ships. The picture theatre sat beside Admiral Yamamoto’s bunker, there was an anti-aircraft gun next to our Primary school, we played in the tunnels, big and small, and as teenagers we dived on the wrecks doing salvage work. The war reminders were everywhere so we grew up knowing how lucky Australia was, to have been saved from the Japanese. We all knew the stories (well facts), the Tol Plantation mass executions of Aussie soldiers, lined up in front of ditches and shot, many Priests, Nuns and Plantation Managers also suffered the same fate, and those who survived were put in miserable camps. I lived on 2/22 Street, named after the platoon of Aussie Diggers that tried so valiantly to defend our town against a massive force of invading Japanese. The wounded and captured civilian men were all embarked on the Montevideo Maru and being sent to Japan for imprisonment, but the ship was torpedoed and sank of the Philippines, they all died. Until the eruptions of 1994 there was a memorial plaque at the site where the Japanese landed, but it is buried under ash now. This bundle is to remember all the brave, from every country, that have given their lives so we can live in freedom.

Image Quality

If included JPG files will be high-resolution print quality and if included PNG files will have transparency.

Download Options

Easy install directly into My Memories Suite software. Purchase My Memories Suite
or
General use installer
for other software applications (i.e., Adobe Photoshop & Photoshop Elements, Paint Shop Pro, etc.).

Note:

Album and Photobook templates are intended for installation in the MyMemories Suite software only.
The General download will still contain all of the digital paper and page element files and template pages in a flat jpeg format so that you can recreate the template.
The layered pre-built pages are not available in the general download.

Download Access

All download options are available after checkout by clicking the “Access Your Downloads” provided on the order confirmation page. You may also access your downloads after logging into the My Account section located at the top right of the website.