THE CREATORS

Jenny Cassidy taught History at Wodonga Middle Years College and was a curriculum leader for many years. She has also extensively researched family history; including the stories of family members who fought in World War 1.

David Jones is a designer with a background in graphic design and design education. He taught Visual Communication for many years and currently works as a designer in print, multimedia, video and the online environment.

WW1 Researcher: Australia | Ratings And Reviews
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This app not only contains many resources for the military historian, but it also shows the user ways of setting out the information that they gather. Easy to follow, innovative display ideas, and overall a very pleasant app to use. — Ratings And Reviews

This is a fantastic resource for year 9's WW1 unit and for getting a better historical insight into Australian soldiers with a detailed time line to help put information into chronological perspective. Thank you!

 

Use the embedded Research Links to research images and primary documents. Read tips and hints on search terms and a range of ways to collect stories and evidence.

 

Use WW1 Researcher: Australia now to enhance your research. WW1 RESEARCHER: AUSTRALIA gives you an idea of what research of a local soldier or nurse might look like. Explore the significance of World War 1 in Australia and the campaigns at Gallipoli, on the Western Front and in the Middle East.

 

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