If prizes were given out for the enthusiasm with which nations commemorate the centenary of the Great War, Australia would be first by a long shot. Dr Carolyn Holbrook looks at ‘Brandzac’.
For the first time in Australia, stories of Turkish soldiers will be told alongside those of Anzac soldiers in a bilingual exhibition at Monash Univeristy about the Gallipoli experience. The exhibition has been curated by Dr Azer Banu Kemaloğlu, of Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University.
Join us this Remembrance Day for the launch of – World War One: A History in 100 Stories – a path-breaking social history written by Monash historians Professor Bruce Scates, Rebecca Wheatley and Laura James.
Due to the remarkable success of the free online course, ‘World War One: A History … Continue reading Monash MOOC: World War 1 history in 100 stories
Public Record Office Victoria is the archives of the State Government of Victoria. They hold … Continue reading PROV Internships – Aboriginal History and WW1 projects
The documentary “Searching for Hector Thomson” will be broadcast as a feature on ABC Radio National … Continue reading Radio documentary based on Anzac Memories
By Bruce Scates In the lead-up to Remembrance Day, the Australian Minister for Veterans’ Affairs … Continue reading Plans to digitise repatriation files will change the way we think of the Great War
by Alistair Thomson Sometimes you can’t write the history that needs to be told. In … Continue reading Searching for Hector Thomson – Anzac Memories Revisited