How would you measure up?
With the outbreak of war in August 1914, Australia began an official recruiting effort to raise an army to send overseas. However, the Australian Imperial Force (AIF), as it was named, would not take just anyone. It was intended to be a force of skilled, experienced soldiers, chosen from “the fittest, strongest, and most ardent in the land”.1
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Education at the Memorial, First World War Centenary, Collection, Collection Highlights Sound Collection Online, Primary source, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12, First World War, ACDSEH021