This year marks the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War. This significant anniversary has led to a substantial increase in research being conducted on this conflict.
The Research Centre at the Australian War Memorial is a key resource for researching Australia’s involvement in the First World War. The Research Centre holds a variety of materials to support this research, including official records, private records including diaries and letters, manuscripts, books, serials, maps, leaflets, music and more.
To find out more about this rich collection, join Jennifer Milward for a 45-minute tour of the stacks and insight into the variety of items available for viewing in the Reading Room.
Due to space restrictions in the stacks, the group must be limited to 15 people.
Please note that no food or drink is permitted in the Memorial or the stack areas.
When: (Wednesday 19th November, 4.00pm)
Where: Research Centre, Australian War Memorial
Meet at the bottom of the stairs to the Lower level in the Memorial, just outside the Afghanistan exhibition
Parking: Free parking is available in the Underground car park beneath The Terrace Café and above ground on Treloar Crescent.
Please note There are only 14 available tickets