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Resources on history

Anzac Day - (educational resources for students and teachers)

This website is a portal for a range of information about Australia's involvement in world wars, travel to historic military sites and educational resources. These pages provide instant access to high quality materials on the web to assist teachers and students in preparing for the observance of Anzac Day.

Board of Studies NSW

Australia's War 1939-1945

Department of Veterans' Affairs website designed to tell the story of Australia's involvement in World War II through a variety of media including photographs, artworks, video and audio from the period 1939-1945.

Department of Veterans' Affairs

Education resources

Links to the Department of Veterans' Affairs education page which has a range of resource material for schools and links to other educational resources.

Department of Veterans' Affairs

Gallipoli and the Anzacs

Gallipoli and the Anzacs gives visitors to the peninsula and those surfing the internet at home an opportunity to learn more about the Gallipoli campaign, visiting Gallipoli today, and the Anzac Commemorative Site, as well as research and educational resources for individuals, teachers and students. In particular, the website now contains three tours, the Anzac Walk, Turkish Monuments and Memorials and a new Gallipoli Tour. Each tour offers a printed guide, historical and contemporary images, and an audio commentary available in both English and Turkish, able to be downloaded as an MP3 file.

Department of Veterans' Affairs

National Centre for History Education

Provides information and resources which have been developed for teachers involved in the teaching of history in primary and secondary schools across Australia. The National Centre is part of The National History Project.

Department of Education

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