Monash Great War Centenary

Great War Events

‘World War One: A History in 100 Stories’ to be launched this Remembrance Day

This Remembrance Day ‘World War One: A history in 100 stories’, written by Monash University historians Professor Bruce Scates, Rebecca Wheatley and Laura James, will be launched at the Melbourne Museum.

Great War Commemorative Concerts

Atatürk Kültür, Dil ve Tarih Yüksek Kurumu Atatürk Araştırma Merkezi, Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart Üniversitesi ve Avustralya Monash Üniversitesi işbirliğinde 21-25 Mayıs 2015 tarihlerinde Çanakkale’de “100.

100.Ylinda Çanakkale Savaşları Uluslararasi Kongresi

Atatürk Kültür, Dil ve Tarih Yüksek Kurumu Atatürk Araştırma Merkezi, Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart Üniversitesi ve Avustralya Monash Üniversitesi işbirliğinde 21-25 Mayıs 2015 tarihlerinde Çanakkale’de “100.

International Conference: Remembering Anzac/Mehmetcik

21-24 May 2015 Monash University and Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University will convene an international conference on the memory and the meaning of Gallipoli/ Çanakkale.

Publications

World War One: A history in 100 stories

Lavishly illustrated, carefully researched and written in crisp, engaging prose, World War One: A history in 100 stories extends our understanding of a conflict that shaped the modern world.

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Anzac: The stuff legends are made of

As five years of centenary celebrations of World War One get under way, Monash University historian Dr Carolyn Holbrook has sought to explain why Australians of the 21st century are so emotionally attached to a military event that took place nearly 100 years ago.

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Labour and the Great War: The Australian Working Class and the Making of Anzac

This volume explores how workers, unionists and Labor politicians engaged with the meaning and legacy of the Great War both during the conflict and in the decades that followed.

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Anzac memories – living with the legend

Nearly a century has passed since the events that gave rise to the Anzac legend, but changing social attitudes and the effects of passing time continue to transform our understanding of it.

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Our Schools and the War

Our Schools and the War offers valuable insights into the experiences of government school teachers and children during the Great War, especially of teachers who enlisted.

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Schooling, service and The Great War: Lessons from the WWI front

Secondary students can gain a better understanding of the consequences of World War I for daily school life through a new research-based education resource developed by a Monash University educator.

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World War II pilgrimages add new life to the Anzac legend

A new book by Monash University historians traces the pilgrimages of remembrance to World War II sites and their impact on the lives of service men and women.

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On Dangerous Ground: A Gallipoli Story

Listed on Australia’s first National Curriculum, this historical novel changes the way we see Gallipoli.. Faultless research and compelling narrative shape an ‘imagined history’ and enriches our understanding of the Great War.

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Contact Us

For all enquiries relating to the Monash Great War Centenary please contact us on: GreatWar@monash.edu