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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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Richard Wong

Case study Richard Wong made the ultimate sacrifice at Layton Alley near Warlencourt in 1917.

We'll meet again

eBook An Australian history publication for secondary schools, We'll meet again looks at stories of love in wartime.

William Reginald Rawlings

Private Rawlings, c. 1916

Case study Indigenous Australian Bill Rawlings set a fine example of leadership and courage in the field.

Arthur Benjamin Brown

Case study Arthur was an indigenous Anzac who lost his life in the costly attack on Hill 971 in August 1915.

A camera on Gallipoli: education kit

Interpretive guide This guide for upper primary and lower secondary students accompanies the exhibition A camera on Gallipoli.

Soldier's slang

Practical Soldier's Slang is an activity designed to show the unique language soldiers used at Gallipoli.

Education services poster 2015

Poster The 2015 poster examines the Gallipoli campaign in 1915, with activities for students and information for teachers.

John Albert Marsland

A group of engineers, mechanics, and artificers at work.

Case study British born, John Albert Marsland served on HMAS AE1 as part of the Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force (ANMEF).

Devotion - Stories of Australia's wartime nurses

eBook Read the amazing stories of devotion from the Australian nurses who have been going to war for over 100 years.

Hjalmar Karhu

Case study Born in Finland, Karhu suffered major wounds in France and became a prisoner of war.

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