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Family history and the great war in Australia

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posted on 18.12.2014, 00:00 authored by Bart ZiinoBart Ziino, Carolyn HolbrookCarolyn Holbrook
The boom in family history that is a hallmark of so much historical activity around the globe over the last three decades is one contributor to the resurgence of interest in the Great War itself. In Australia, as elsewhere in the western world, family history and the resources dedicated to it have been expanding rapidly. This chapter investigates recent practices of family history of the Great War in Australia. Our aim is to examine the role of family history in producing and reproducing knowledge of the Great War within Australian families, and the relationship between the conduct and transmission of family history on the one hand, and the contours of cultural memory on the other.

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Title of book

Remembering the first world war

Series

Remembering the Modern World

Chapter number

2

Pagination

39 - 55

Publisher

Routledge

Place of publication

Abingdon, OXON, UK

ISBN-13

9780415856324

Language

English

Publication classification

B1 Book chapter

Copyright notice

2014, Routledge

Extent

12

Editor/Contributor(s)

B Ziino

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