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Anzac Diversity

Collection This collection of case studies explores the ethnic diversity of the Australian Imperial Force (AIF), examining the stories of Indigenous, Chinese, Russian, Indian and European Australians who served in the First World War.

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Sources: the conscription debate

Primary source A selection of primary sources for exploring the conscription debates in 1916-17.

Thomas Hong

Case study Although little information about Thomas Hong remains, much can be revealed by his service record.

Perspectives: Jon Cattapan and eX de Medici

Interpretive guide Activities based on the exhibition Perspectives, by Jon Cattapan and eX de Medici.

Obrey Lambru

Case study Obrey was born in Babadag, Romania. He became an Australian citizen in 1916 and enlisted in the AIF.

Make a POW escape map

Practical Make your own escape map using the same methods as allied prisoners-of-war.

Diary of an Anzac: a Gallipoli perspective

Collection Told through his own diary: the story of Herbert Vincent Reynolds No. 622 First Field Ambulance, First AIF.

Edward Harvey Statham

Case study Edward, born in Brazil, landed with the Anzacs on 25 April 1915, but what happened next is a mystery.

Education services poster 2011

Poster The 2011 poster examines the defence of Tobruk in 1941, with activities for students and information for teachers.

Robert Deckhardt

Case study Robert came from Poland to Australia after his parents died, and enlisted with the new 42nd Battalion AIF.

The Sam Family

Case study The four sons of Jane and William Sam were among the many Australians with Chinese heritage who served.

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