The location of World War I internment camps in Australia
Cover of An Illustrated Diary of Australian Internment by Edmond Samuels
Year 9s here is your homework for this week (Week 8)
To The Boy in Berlin - Fantastic resource for German students
Map showing the location of World War Two internment camps in Australia
Australian Women’s Land Army.
In May and June 1942 the war was brought home to Australians on the east coast when the Japanese attacked Sydney Harbour from the sea...
Lest we forget..indigineous soldiers fought for our country at a time when our government did not acknowledge them as citizens or allow them to vote. We will remember them.
Barmera, South Australia. 1945-12. Japanese internees playing tennis with the clubhouse they built in the background. They were in 14B Compound of No 14 Camp in the Loveday Internment Camp Group.
Ordinary Australians donating aluminium kitchen utensils for use in aircraft manufacture
BARMERA, SA 1944-04. NO. 9 CAMP NURSERY, LOVEDAY INTERNMENT GROUP. JAPANESE INTERNEES USING A
Members of the Hay internment camp orchestra (band) featuring an upright piano, drum kit, four banjos, trombone, baritone saxophone, clarinet, cornet and trumpet.
Bomb Sight - Mapping the World War 2 London Blitz Bomb Census