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The Library has produced a range of short videos looking at World War I primary sources, including the collection of World War I diaries.
Cartoonist Warren Brown shares his love for the illustrations and cartoons drawn by diggers, held in the Library's WWI collection.
Stretcher Bearer Diaries
Looks at the role of stretcher bearers during WWI through some 20 hand-written diaries of stretcher-bearers held by the Library.
Youth in War
Learn about some of Australia’s teenage soldiers, including 15 year-old Keith Harris and Colonel Douglas Marks, through their personal diaries.