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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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Shake your family tree

Practical Where was your family back in 1915? Guidelines for tracing the family history of students in your class.

Ancestry - Stories of multicultural Anzacs

eBook This book tells the stories of individuals and families from a range of cultural backgrounds, who served with Australian units during the First World War.

William Joseph Punch

Case study Punch was one of perhaps 1,200 Indigenous Australians to fight in the First World War.

Forever yours: stories of wartime love and friendship

eBook The personal stories of ordinary Australians who knew what it was to love, and be loved, and lose love during wartime.

Brian Pockley

Case study Pockley lost his life at Kabakaul, Papua New Guinea, ensuring the safety of a wounded comrade.

Research a soldier

Practical Do some detective work to build up a profile on a chosen Australian's service.

Alfred Lovett

Case study One of the Gunditjmara people, Alfred Lovett was the first of 21 Lovetts to serve Australia.

M is for mates: animals in wartime from Ajax to Zep

eBook Be captivated by the amazing stories of animals in war in this award-winning children's book.

Reality in Flames interpretive guide

Interpretive guide This guide for secondary students explores the exhibition Reality in flames: modern Australian art and the Second World War.

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