Wednesday 17 and Friday 19 October 2018, 10am | Brisbane
Soldiers walking along a road littered with rubble and dead horses, 1918.
(NAA: B4260, 2)
For Australians who fought in the Great War and survived, their battle did not end in November 1918. Australia was faced with the largest number of physically and mentally wounded servicemen in its history and was far from being equipped to assist them. The National Archives is home to veterans' repatriation files that reveal what life was like after the war for those who served. This seminar will show you how to locate and use repatriation and service records.
National Archives of Australia
16 Corporate Drive
Cannon Hill QLD 4170
Free, bookings essential
Phone (07) 3249 4224 or email firstname.lastname@example.org