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World War 1 from ANZAC website
ANZAC forces were involved in operations in three main geographical areas during World War 1. This is an informative site about where the operations were conducted.

Records of Australian servicemen and women who served in World War I in the first Australian Imperial Force (AIF) are preserved in the National Archives can be found on this site.

Australia's involvement in the First World War began when Britain and Germany went to war on 4 August 1914, this site will give you informative information and on topic.

An informative site of The Australian War Memorial; commemorating the centenary of the First World War through a major redevelopment of its First World War galleries and a variety of new public programs and events.

This is a significant site on the Australian Army and what it offers.

ABC news offers, talks and video links about the war.

A site with the history of the Anzacs and loaded with interesting visuals and photos.

A site of the returned services who give an insight into the war Australians were involved in.

A major award-winning educational site containing text, documents, timelines, video and audio about Australians in the 1915 World War 1 Anzac ...

Discover new perspectives on First World War (WW1 or The Great War). Catch up on TV and Radio or explore our new Guides for the World War One ...

CONRAD WALTERS World War 1, by some measures the deadliest of all ... insight into the role her mother played as a nurse in World War One -

Australians on the Western Front 1914-1918

World War I was Australia's first major military conflict and is often called our 'baptism by fire'. This site has been put together by the State Library of Victoria