Remembering the Past Australia

From 1914 to 1918, 416,809 Australians served their country in World War One. Many of these soldiers wrote home about their experiences and often these letters were published in local papers offering the community fragments of information about the lives of their family and friends at the front. This section is a direct link to the Anzac experience, where you can read about their observations, their struggles and the courage of those who served.

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Our Aim

Remembering the Past Australia’s aim is to unlock the invaluable knowledge of our country’s rich record collections and to build a resource to drive well-informed family and social history research in Australia.

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