Brothers: Gallipoli 1915 - the boys!

Prev pinner note: Australian soldiers in Gallipoli Sitting proudly in the middle is an Indigenous Australian

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Aboriginal Clapping Sticks

Soldiers resting in trenches, Gallipoli, 1915.

Soldiers resting in trenches, Gallipoli, Photographer: Sergeant W A Hampton of the Wellington Infantry Battalion. Reference Number: Cellulose triacetate copy negative Photographic Archive, Alexander Turnbull Library (Soliders 'Together in the trenches).

Australian soldiers in trenches at Gallipoli, 1915

[no inscription - Unknown Australian solders in trenches at Gallipoli, probably stretcher bearers of the Battalion AIF, 1915 ] [Joseph Cecil Thompson - presumed photographer]

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

A soldier of the Royal Scots Regiment holding a black goat kid.The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

There were between 350 and 750 distinct Australian Aboriginal languages at the time of first European contact. | This Real Australian Language Map Will Blow You Away

Aboriginal Studies Press (ASP) is the Australian Institute of Aboriginal of Torres Strait Islander Studies' publishing arm and Australia’s leading publisher of Australian Indigenous studies.

Australian and Turkish soldiers at Gallipoli, 1915

Australian and Turkish soldiers at Gallipoli, 1915 - An Australian soldier offers a drink to a wounded Turkish soldier, Gallipoli,

Introducing Australian History - FREE PRINTABLE Australian History Timeline Cards

Introducing Australian History

fact family anchor chart - Google Search

Throughout my student teaching I created many anchor charts and one bulletin board. The bulletin board I put together went with our math unit over fact.


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