As part of Family History Feast 2014, Andrew Griffin discusses the many non-British migrants who came to Australia.
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Watch Darren Watson speaks about researching enemy Prisoner of War and internee records, during Family History Feast 2013.
Steven Kafkarisos speaks about the Library's military history collection in a talk presented during Family History Feast 2013.
Watch as Lt Col Neil C Smith AM presents the Don Grant Lecture during Family History Feast 2013.
Charlie Farrugia presents on World War I records at the Public Record Office of Victoria, during Family History Feast 2013.
Watch this talk by Tim Whitford on tracing the missing Australian soldiers of Fromelles, presented during Family History Feast 2013.
Learn how to use Google's free tools to research your ancestors in this Family History Feast 2012 presentation by Shauna Hicks.