Australian military forces played a significant part in World War Two, across several continents. Their involvement has strengthened the celebrated Anzac legend in Australian culture. From Kokoda to the Battle of Britain, Australian servicemen and women had a variety of experiences, in battle and as prisoners of war. Many of them recorded or have since relayed what they thought and felt. Learn more about the places where they served and what happened to them with this package. The resources in this package are aligned to the standards for the Victorian Curriculum History for Levels 9-10.
WARNING: Some of the stories of servicemen and women in these resources contain material that may be upsetting.