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Q ANZAC 100 stories brought to life

Q ANZAC 100 brings our shared history to life and creates a renewed legacy for future generations.

State Library of Queensland, through the John Oxley Library, has been collecting First World War diaries, letters, photographs and historically significant items since it opened its doors in 1934.  

The Queensland experience of WWI is part of a much greater Australian and international story. Many Queensland experiences were shared by all Australians, however many experiences are unique to Queensland.

You can see some of these stories brought to life online: Basil Stubbs; Navy; Army; Airforce and on SLQ's Q ANZAC 100 Digital Stories webpage.

For more information, visit the Q ANZAC 100 site.


Last updated
1st January 2018