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The Great War In Victorian Private Life - Mildura

Ziino,B 2015 The Great War In Victorian Private Life - Mildura, sound recording, Melbourne, Shrine of Remembrance.

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Title The Great War In Victorian Private Life - Mildura
Creator(s) Ziino,B
Year presented 2015
Description of audio Shrine of Remembrance Regional Lecture
Publisher Shrine of Remembrance
Place of publication Melbourne
Keyword(s) First World War
Private sentiment
World War 1
Summary Join Dr Bart Ziino as he examines the private experience of the Great War in Victoria, drawing on personal letters and diaries to tell a story of the war as an individual, familial, and communal trial. Through an examination of anxieties over loved ones at the front, and tensions over who was bearing the greater burden. This talk offers new ways of understanding the costs of the war, the capacities of Victorians to meet and endure its demands, and its increasingly corrosive social effects within their communities.
Field of Research 210303 Australian History (excl Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History)
Socio Economic Objective 950503 Understanding Australia's Past
HERDC Research category F Audio-visual recordings
Grant ID DP0880615
Copyright notice ©2015 Shrine of Remembrance
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