The British government created this and other posters in 1939 before the outbreak of World War II to inspire its people. This particular poster was never publicly displayed, but it was rediscovered in 2000
For Primary and Secondary. Gallipoli: The First Day is a 3D Flash Documentary. It provides a timeline to explore a 3D Map of the Gallipoli peninsula, or users can play the story of the day in chapters. The site also features a campaign overview, information on the personnel and military hardware.
Digitised primary source material which enables students to understand more deeply from a historical perspective. Topics covered include the role of women, propaganda, controversies around recruitment and conscription, life on the front lines, and the fate of returned servicemen. From the State Library of Victoria. For Upper Primary and Secondary.
Australians at war: Upper Primary and Secondary. A website developed to accompany the television series. Interactive games and timelines with extensive information about Australia's involvement in wars through history.
An audio clip of The Rouse available online and for download on the Australian War Memorial site. This image is in the Public Domain. Private R. Thompson, 2/2nd Battalion, of Sydney, NSW playing his bugle in Gaza village Palestine
Upper Primary and Secondary: A History Pin collection of World War 1 images. Historypin is a way for millions of people to come together, from across different generations, cultures and places, to share small glimpses of the past and to build up the huge story of human history.