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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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Vincent Robert Chinchen

Case study Vincent Chinchen was born in Sydney in 1892, and was 22 when he enlisted for the First World War.

Julian Edward William Ping

Case study In Egypt and Palestine, Julian endured the extreme temperatures, sand, flies and dust of desert warfare.

William Loo Long

Case study William's father Samuel Loo Long was born in China in 1857 and immigrated to Australia at 30 years of age, in 1887.

Tobruk diaries

Collection Follow day-by-day the diaries of two men who were there: Chaplain Owen Thomas Cosgriff and Warrant Officer Class II Arthur Francis Bryant, AIF.

Peter Rados

Case study Peter, born in Athens, was one of thousands of Australians to lose their life on the Gallipoli peninsula in 1915.

Hilda Samsing

Case study For Hilda the suffering and bravery of those she had nursed would have been hard to forget.

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.

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