World War 2 had a wide impact in Australia, and not only on its military forces. Coping with the exigencies of the war forced many long-lasting changes in Australian culture which impacted on all Australians, regardless of their role in the war.
Using as a basis Robert Lewis's excellent summary initially published in ANZAC Day 2003, this education activity requires participants to closely examine many of the impacts of World War 2 on the "home front".
Working through the activity
This activity consists of 58 tasks/questions in 14 categories (eg Economy, Conscription, Indigenous Australians) which are best addressed consecutively but can be also be approached category by category. The activity is completely self-contained within a single, 18 page Acrobat™ file (370kb).
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All that needs to be done is to download the Acrobat™ file, print pages from it as required and distribute them to activity participants.
This solemn ceremony is conducted every year in Brisbane's ANZAC Square prior to ANZAC Day from 10am and noon approximately. The 2016 event took place on Thursday, the 21st day of April, and several thousand Queensland school students took part.
Every year on the 25th day of April, the ANZAC Day Dawn Service starts at 04:28am sharp at Brisbane's Shrine of Remembrance, ANZAC Square, located between Ann and Adelaide Streets. All are welcome to attend.
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