World War I

Author: Jeremy Sinclair Publisher: HTAV Length: 54pp plus CD Item number: 1244 ISBN: 9780980831528 AU $55.00 (incl GST)


A collection of learning activities, primary sources, statistics and summaries on Australia's involvement in World War I and the ways in which the conflict affected the nation. Sources present a wide range of perspectives on key issues such as enlistment, conscription, political debates, women's involvement, the Anzac legend, national identity and Indigenous soldiers. Suitable for Year 9-12 students.

Includes a CD with sources and digital book for easy printing.

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