Australia and World War I
World War 1 started mid 1914 and ended 11 November 1918.
It is also known as the Great War and the First World War.
- The war was fought between the Allied Forces and Central Powers.
Trench warfare created a very harsh and dangerous environment for soldiers.
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The naval people in the pinnaces seemed a bit hazy about the landing spot. 9th Battalion.
- First World War 1914-1918 @ the Australian War Memorial
- Visit Gallipoli and the Anzac commemorative site
- Gallipoli Boat
- The Australian Light Horse Association
- Anzac Day (for primary)
- Anzac Day (for secondary)
- Glossary of slang and peculiar terms in use in the AIF (Australian Imperial Force)
- World War I document archive
- Trench warfare game - BBC
- Trench warfare
- Australian War Memorial - trench warfare
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Doing it by the book
As a parent it's only natural to want to help your child, but when it comes to homework and study, the completed work should be theirs.
Here are some important points to remember to ensure your child is following good practice for a lifetime of learning.