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NAIDOC WEEK 2021

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AUSTRALIAN MILITARY HISTORY OVERVIEW

Australians at war

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Our Continuing Story

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TATTOOS IN THE AUSTRALIAN MILITARY

Ink in the Lines

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Indigenous service

To commemorate #NAIDOC2021 we have created this page which lets you explore some resources related to the wartime experience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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3D Treasures

A CURATED SELECTION FROM OUR DIGITAL COLLECTION

3D Treasures features a selection of objects from our collection in 3D, giving you a closer view of these stories than ever before.

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Australians at war

Learn about Australia's involvement in war, from the time of the first settlement at Sydney Cove in the 18th century to our peacekeeping roles under United Nations auspices.

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Museum At Home

Explore, learn and stay connected with digital content from Memorial and our world class museum. 

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Places of Pride

National Register of War Memorials

Places of Pride is an Australian War Memorial initiative to record the location and photos of every war memorial across the country.

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FEATURED ARTICLES
  1. The 39th Battalion was seen as heroic but the 53rd Battalion was derided; the clues lay in the circumstances of their formation.

  2. Private Alex Clingan was 22 when he went over the top at Fromelles with the 53rd Battalion.

  3. On 1 June 1942, exactly one year after missing the final evacuation ship from Crete, John Desmond Peck landed at Bari, Italy as a prisoner of war. 

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