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Remembering Australia's Great War

How are our history and memory of the Great War changing? A panel of authors investigate how memory is used to create a legend.

Chaired by Alistair Thomson (Anzac memories), with Marina Larsson (Shattered Anzacs: living with the scars of war), Bart Ziino (A distant grief: Australians, war graves and the Great War) and Ross McMullin (Pompey Elliot and Will Dyson: Australia's radical genius).

This seminar was held at the State Library of Victoria on 30 April 2009.