The Memorial has an extensive collection of digitised film and archival footage for you to explore, as well as new video content about key moments in our history and objects in our collection.

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Explore our collection of digitised film and archival footage

Here is a small selection of video material we've curated for you.

A look back at the brave service and devastating sacrifice of the RAF Bomber Command during the Second World War.

For more than 100 years, Australian men and women have served this nation in war, peacekeeping and humanitarian campaigns. This films provide a brief overview of the extraordinary service and sacrifice so many have bravely made during the Vietnam War.

Australians share their personal stories of service and sacrifice from the front line.

For more than 100 years, Australian men and women have served this nation in war, peacekeeping and humanitarian campaigns. These films provide a brief overview of the extraordinary service and sacrifice so many have bravely made.

Silence for one or two minutes is included in the Anzac Day and Remembrance Day ceremony as a sign of respect and a time for reflection. Australian War Memorial Historian, Meleah Hampton looks at the history behind this long standing tradition.

Our Continuing Story. The Memorial commemorates our living history — for every veteran and for every Australian.

This song is part of the Australian War Memorial's Music of the First World War project. 100 years of song.
Curator Daniel Eisenberg delivers a public talk on ‘Moving battle lines: Animation and war’. Animation has regularly been drawn upon in times of war to recruit, train, and inform. Learn about the history of animation and war and watch some of our favourite cartoons from the collection – including Donald Duck!

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