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WorldWarOne Link Website Launched

logo - WW1 Link new On Remembrance Day 2015 people around the world stopped to remember those who had served in war, and those who never came home. Remembrance Day this year also saw the launch of a brand new Australian website – WorldWarOne Link. This website is dedicated to listing WW1 Commemorative Projects which are being conducted throughout Australia. Continue reading →

ANZAC Day Blog Challenge is Back for 2014!

anzac poppies This is the fourth year that Auckland Libraries and the Kintalk blog have issued the Trans-Tasman ANZAC Day Blog Challenge. So do you have a story to share about an ANZAC? Stories they’d like to hear about could be about their sacrifice, or the way it shaped or impacted on their family history. Or maybe you want to blog from the perspective of those that were left behind? Continue reading →

World War 1 Centenary Projects #1

anzac 180 There’s no doubt that 2014 is the year military historians have been working towards for years as it marks the 100 year anniversary of the start of World War 1. The Great War. The “war to end all wars”. As you can imagine there are literally thousands of World War 1 projects going on right around the world. Some big, some small. All important in recording history. And it’s going to be hard keep up with them all, but through a series of “World War 1 Projects” posts I shall share at least some of them with you. Continue reading →

Follow Up to “Are You Doing a World War 1 Centenary Project?”

 A few weeks ago I did a post titled “Are You Doing a World War 1 Centenary Project?”, as there are a number that are being planned to make the Centenary. Our good friends at Inside History Magazine have created the WorldWarOneLink website this is designed to be a central place to list (and look for) WW1 Projects that are being undertaken. Though not yet live … Continue reading →