Post Tagged with: "world war 1"

Experience of War: WWI Seminar – 24 September 2011

Experience of War: WWI Seminar – 24 September 2011

September 30, 2011

Family history events, Family matters:

Last Saturday, I had the good fortune to attend the Genealogical Society of Victoria’s Experience of War: WWI Seminar. There were 4 speakers over the course of the day each… Read More ›

Lest we forget : the World War 1 experience

April 25, 2011

Collections, Family matters:

The published¬†collections of the State Library of Victoria contain a variety of portrayals of the war experience from the horror of war to heroic accounts. Most modern histories of World… Read More ›

A soldier in the family?

A soldier in the family?

November 8, 2010

Family matters, Research guides, Research tips & tricks:

The State Library can help you can find out about your ancestor who served in World War 1. Over 330,000 Australians served overseas in the Great War and their personnel… Read More ›

Find your ancestors in archives

August 2, 2010

Family history events, Family matters:

The range of records available for family history research in state and national archives is extraordinary!¬† Talks from different government archives during this years Family History Feast provided a terrific… Read More ›