World War I in Australian Literary Culture
From the first shot to the centenary
(Status : Public)
Coordinated by WW1 Project
  • World War I Stories for Children and Young Adults

    • (Display Format : Portrait)

      Illustrating the War: Novels

    • Writing the War for Children

      War literature for children began with the war. But how do you write World War I for young readers? Explore some of these works in this exhibition.
    • (Display Format : Portrait)

      Illustrating the War: Picture Books

    • Advertisement for Turner's back catalogue (Huon Times, 14 December 1917)
      Advertisement for Turner's back catalogue (Huon Times, 14 December 1917)
      (Display Format : Landscape)

      The Cub Trilogy (1915-1918)

    • From the cover of Mark Wilson's My Mother's Eyes
      From the cover of Mark Wilson's My Mother's Eyes
      (Display Format : Landscape)

      Stories of the Western Front

    • The spine of an early edition of Captain Jim
      The spine of an early edition of Captain Jim
      (Display Format : Landscape)

      Billabong at War (1915-1919)

    • From the cover of Ruth starke and Greg Holfeld's An Anzac Tale (2013)
      From the cover of Ruth starke and Greg Holfeld's An Anzac Tale (2013)
      (Display Format : Landscape)

      Stories of Gallipoli

    • From Catriona Hoy and Benjamin Jonhson's My Grandad Marches on Anzac Day
      From Catriona Hoy and Benjamin Johnson's My Grandad Marches on Anzac Day
      (Display Format : Landscape)

      Stories of Anzac Day

    • From the cover of Anzac Biscuits
      From the cover of Anzac Biscuits
      (Display Format : Landscape)

      Stories of the Home Front


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