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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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Education resources poster 2014

Poster This poster reviews newly-published books and publications suitable for school students and classrooms.

Dust Off - Vietnam

Primary source This resource explores the 'dust-off' process and the experience of wounded Australians returning home.

Atolf Aleksanter Aalto

Case study Originally from Nystad, Finland, Atolf travelled alone to Australia in 1912. In 1915, he joined the Australian Imperial Force.

Remembering 1942: Sydney under attack

Primary source This education activity is designed to complement the Sydney Under Attack web resource.

Education services poster 2013

Poster The 2013 poster examines the Australian pilots defending Milne Bay, 1942-43, with learning activities for classroom use.

Raymond Charles Runga MM

Case study Runga, from Narracoorte (SA), was 25 when he was awarded the Military Medal for gallantry.

The Clowes family

Case study As dawn broke over Gallipoli on April 25, the Clowes brothers found themselves scrambling ashore and scaling the treacherous terrain.

Augusta Emelia Enberg

Embroidered badge worn by members of the Australian Army Nursing Service

Case study Of the almost 1,000 Anzacs of Russian ancestry, there was only one woman: August Emelia Enberg.

How can my school commemorate?

Practical Information for your school to conduct your own remembrance ceremony.

Gilbert Williams

Gilbert Williams

Case study Though determined to fight to the war's end, Gilbert's health prevented him joining his unit overseas.

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