Mapping our Anzacs lets you search the 375,951 records of service in the Australian Army during World War I. Find diggers from your family or community – and also pay tribute to them.
The Australia's Prime Ministers website contains information about the life and times of Australia's Prime Ministers from 1901 to the present; and is a portal to Australian and overseas institutions with archives on these prime ministers.
The Australian War Memorial's National Collection holds printed and written records, photographs, film and sound recordings and military heraldry and technology related to Australia's Prime Ministers.
The Australia-Japan Research Project (AJRP) aims to provide a resource for historians and others interested in the Australia-Japan relationship, especially in war, from 1901 to 1957. The website contains a database of historic materials, several research essays and seminar papers, and various research aids, including glossaries and thesauri of geographical and military terms. The AJRP is a joint enterprise between the Australian War Memorial and the Japanese Embassy in Canberra
National Library of Australia guide to internet sites for Australian history which provides a diverse range of information on Australian history resources as well as providing links .
The Australian Prime Ministers Centre supports research into the history, origins and traditions of Australian democracy, with a particular focus on Australian prime ministers. The centre, part of the Museum of Australian Democracy, is located in Old Parliament House in Canberra and includes a library, an exhibition, facts out Australia's Prime Ministers and a research program.
Belonging - A Century Celebrated is an online exhibition exploring some of the ways that people have experienced Belonging in Australia in the 20th century
William Morris Hughes (Billy Hughes) was Prime Minister between 1915 and 1923. He led Australia through most of the First World War. Explore activities and resources to learn about Billy Hughes, the conscription debate and Australia's involvement in the peace negotiations.
This site tells the story of Australia through the documents which give our national, state and territory governments the right to govern. It exhibits and explains Australia's primary constitutional documents for New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia and the Commonwealth and traces through these documents the shaping of Australian democracy and citizenship.
The Australian National Shipwrecks Database (ANSDB) includes all known shipwrecks in Australian waters. The information in the ANSDB has been collected by each of the State and Territory historic shipwreck agencies or supplied by collecting institutions holding historic shipwreck objects.
Known to be one of the windiest regions in the world, Cape Denison and the iconic Mawson’s Huts are located in the Southern Ocean, about 4000km south of mainland Australia. The home of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition 1911–1914.
Our house is a series of 'house biographies', describing individual homes typical of those built at different times and in different places and of varied types, styles and ownership. Our house brings to life the architectural and social histories of the small Australian house. Each story sets out the historical context, outlines the history of the building and the social history of the house.
Australia has had 27 prime ministers since Federation in 1901. Learn about their lives and the times in which they lived. The National Museum of Australia also has a range of objects related to the prime ministers.
Search Australian military history and access information about objects in the collection and biographical information based on records held in the Australian War Memorial’s collection.