Next week is Remembrance Day, when we think about the people who served the country in times of war. If you look back in your family tree you might find someone who fought in a war maybe a long time ago or maybe more recently. Sarah had a look at the experiences of her grandfather and found out what Remembrance Day is all about.
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Remembering those that served in war can take many forms. This 4 minute video explores Australia’s role in several wars and the significance of Remembrance Day in commemorating those who fought and died in armed conflicts, including World War 2.
During World War II the Australians who did not go to fight were still impacted by the war in many ways. This National Archives publication provides insight into the Australian home front, food rationing and women in the workforce during and post World War II.
American women helped the World War II effort immeasurably by joining the industrial workforce. Photographer Alfred T Palmer captured this momentous societal change in a series of captivating color portraits.
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This article provides several photographs and a short video that visually depicts women’s role during World War II on the American home front.
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