Childhood Encounters with Anzac, the Teaching and Dissemination of a Tradition, and the (Re) Invention of Remembrance
Children have always played an important role in Australia’s Anzac story. They have carried the burden of war, they have lived with the legacies of conflict, they have been compelled to learn the ‘right’ lessons of history, and they have reshaped and reinvigorated Anzac’s traditions. Yet children are largely forgotten in Anzac’s historical account and they are marginalised in the debates and discussions about its place in modern Australia. This...[Show more]
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