The website of the Australian War Memorial, featuring extensive collections and archives that can be viewed online, as well as online exhibitions and resources to help you research your family history.
The homepage of the Department of Veterans' Affairs, an Australian Government department that provides a variety of services to Australian war veterans.
Designed to complement the 'Australians at War' television series, this website features animated documentaries, video, audio and activities that let you relive some of the greatest events in our history, as seen through the eyes of the men and women who were there.
An Australian Government initiative, commissioned through the Department of Veterans' Affairs and designed to film and record the stories of more than 2,000 war veterans as a permanent asset for posterity.
This website is dedicated to the memory of the more than 290,000 Australians who served in this theatre of war in the Australian Imperial Force from 1914-1918, listing the many war cemeteries and memorials where these soldiers lie buried or where their names are listed among the thousands who have "no known grave, the 'missing'".
A virtual tour of the Gallipoli Peninsula including maps, downloadable audio commentary, teaching materials and information for those planning to visit Galipoli.
Homepage for the Office of Australian War Graves, a section of the Department of Veterans' Affairs that is devoted to commemorating Australian war dead and maintaining official Australian memorials overseas.
A website designed to tell the story of Australia's involvement in World War II through a variety of media including photographs, artworks, video and audio from the period 1939-1945.
A website that was created to honour and commemorate the men and women who served in Australia's defence forces and the Merchant Navy during World War II. The Nominal Roll contains information from the service records of some one million individuals who served during this conflict.