Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation

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Eternal flame at the Shrine of Remembrance on Anzac Day in Brisbane, Queensland, 2014


Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation offers a range of fellowships to be awarded over the next four years that will focus on new insights into the Queensland experience of WWI and its aftermath.

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Defending Bowen Jetty against a German invasion during World War I

Fellowship recipients

Four fellowships valued at $15,000 each are on offer each year to fund research projects relating to Queensland's role in the First World War both at home and abroad.

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Street parade in Yandilla Street, Pittsworth, ca. 1899


An annual symposium program aiming to uncover stories about Queensland and the First World War.

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The Toolkits are 'go-to' resources for collecting agencies across Queensland to document 100 year commemorations for future generations.

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Francis Henry Staunton

Collections and resources

State Library of Queensland has been collecting First World War letters, diaries, photographs, postcards, medals, organisational records and other historically significant items.

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Group of First World War soldiers

Find your soldier

Learn how to locate one of your soldier relatives from the plethora of available information.

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Returned soldiers on the wharf at Petrie Bight, Brisbane ca.1920. Negative No: 65592

Heritage Leaders workshops

State Library of Queensland

The 2014 Heritage Leaders workshop was the first initiative of the Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation program for Queensland heritage sector and volunteers.

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Souvenir of Egypt banner, 1915. Part of: Staunton Family Papers 1892-1917, OM72-90/7


A resource hub for First World War teaching

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