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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.
Case study Born in Gundagai NSW, Henry worked on a farm in Wagga Wagga before enlisting in 1916.
Case study William was born in Coonabarabran NSW, to a large Indigenous family, and he served with distinction on the Western Front.
Case study Alexander Chiffith was born in Greece in 1892. At age 23 he enlisted with the AIF to serve in the First World War.
Interpretive guide This study examines Formation VI, a digital artwork by the Memorial's artist-in-residence, Baden Pailthorpe.
Case study The Dickerson brothers from WA were among over 1,200 Aboriginal men who served in the First World War.
Case study Caleb was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for fearlessness, resource and initiative.
Case study In Egypt and Palestine, Julian endured the extreme temperatures, sand, flies and dust of desert warfare.
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.
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.
Case study Peter, born in Athens, was one of thousands of Australians to lose their life on the Gallipoli peninsula in 1915.