Wednesday 14 January 2015 by Theresa Cronk. No comments.
First World War Centenary, Anzac Connections, Collection, Collection Highlights, News, Personal Stories

We all wished everybody the best of luck in the New Year particularly those at home.

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Thursday 18 December 2014 by Theresa Cronk. No comments.
First World War Centenary, Anzac Connections, Collection Highlights, News, Personal Stories

You wouldn’t think it possible to have a Merry Xmas in a place like this, would you? Well forget it...Thanks to a good lot of fellows du vin and the Almighty spreading a fog over the landscape we had Peace, Goodwill and a good time.

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Tuesday 9 December 2014 by Daniel McGlinchey. No comments.
Anzac Connections

After my blog “Copyright Hunter” I had several questions and comments regarding copyright and how it affects the Memorial. In this blog I will cover the basics of copyright in Australia.

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Monday 1 December 2014 by Theresa Cronk. 2 comments.
Anzac Connections, News

Unobtrusively and steadily for the last three months, from its corner of the office, a sole flatbed scanner has continually issued a high pitched whirring as page after page has been placed face down on a glass plate and the “Scan Now” button selected. Nearby computers have hummed whilst catalogue records have been diligently prepared for the purpose of releasing digitised pages online. The sharing of stories and quotes contained within the pages of these diaries and letters can be heard around the office.

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Friday 28 November 2014 by Daniel McGlinchey. 14 comments.
First World War Centenary, Anzac Connections

Thursday 20 November 2014 by David Heness. 4 comments.
First World War Centenary, Anzac Connections, Collection, Personal Stories Digitisation

How does a son tell a father whom they love that they’re about to leave them, possibly forever? How does a father persuade a son not to leave, a son they have watched grow into a fine young man, a son they have nurtured and loved from the moment their boy opened his eyes, a son who they watched as he learnt to walk and now watched again as those same legs prepared to march him to war?

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Thursday 13 November 2014 by Daniel McGlinchey. No comments.
First World War Centenary, Anzac Connections, Collection, Diary of an Anzac, Personal Stories

“One Arab, whom I mistaken at a distance for a soldier in blue uniform, proved to be a naked fanatical savage…”

Captain Thomas Walter White, sitting second from the left, July 1915, Basra.

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Wednesday 5 November 2014 by Daniel McGlinchey. 1 comments.
Anzac Connections, Personal Stories

“We will be a hard headed crowd when we get back, after the sights we see…”

 

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Monday 3 November 2014 by David Heness. 1 comments.
Anzac Connections, Collection, Personal Stories Digitisation

Douglas Barrett-Lennard and the Western Australians of the 8th Australian Field Artillery Battery

Of such mettle were the men who, under the most insuperable difficulties of Anzac, fought their guns throughout the campaign.

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Friday 7 February 2014 by Theresa Cronk. No comments.
First World War Centenary, Anzac Connections, News, Personal Stories

This blog post was written by Anne Landais, a French student from the Ecole Nationale des Chartes (National School of Palaeography and Archival Studies), which is a university level institution that prepares students in the human and social sciences for careers in history related domains. The current priorities of the Ecole Nationale des Chartes include the development of digital technologies applied to historical research and heritage studies, and finally the reinforcement of its international initiatives.

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