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Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 World War I in Australian Literary Culture : From the First Shot to the Centenary
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A series of exhibitions drawing on AustLit's World War One research project: based on enhanced records built by lead researcher Robert Thomson, the exhibitions (compiled by Robert Thomson, Clay Djubal, and Catriona Mills) highlight specific sets of records.


  • Sections:

    • Anzac Field Theatres
    • Children's Literature
    • Conscription
    • Dissenting Voices
    • Films from 1914 to 2014
    • Gertrude Hart: The War after 1918
    • Indigenous Diggers
    • Professional Digger and Post-war Entertainment (1916-1935)
    • Recruiting and Enlistment
    • Research Insights
    • Soldier and Nurse Writers
    • Songs of War
    • Sumner Locke: War Romances
    • The Anzac Book
    • The Anzac Memorial
    • The Kia-Ora Coo-ee
    • Women Writing Women's Roles

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