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Reference Bookshelf is a directory of web-based reference resources. Content is selected by reference librarians in Victorian Public libraries. There is an emphasis on Victorian and Australian sites, however, international sites will be included if assessed as being appropriate.

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Debt of Honour Register by Commonwaelth War Graves Commission
Category: World War Two
The Debt of Honour Register is the Commission's database listing the 1.7 million men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died during the two world wars and the 23,000 cemeteries, memorials and other locations world-wide where they are commemorated. The register can also be searched for details of the 67,000 Commonwealth civilians who died as a result of enemy action in the Second World War.
ANZACDay.org.au - World War 2 by ANZAC Day Commemoration Committee (Qld) Incorporated
Category: World War Two
This detailed look at Australia at war in WW2.
Australians at War by Department of Veteran Affairs
Category: World War Two
A web site designed to complement the Australians at War TV series, and dedicated to those Australians who served their nation over the past one hundred years
Sea Power Centre Australia by Royal Australian Navy
Category: World War Two
Alphabetical listing of former ships of the Australian Navy, includes the “bio” of each ship including physical dimensions, armament and history.
War & Conflict - World War Two by British Broadcasting Corporation
Category: World War Two
From the BBC comes this detailed multimedia history of the war, featuring the personal stories of those involved.
Remembrance Day by Department of Veteran Affairs
Category: World War Two
Includes information on the origin of the minutes silence, significance of the popppy and rosemary and the story of the unknown soldier.
The Australians at War film archive by Department of Veteran Affairs
Category: World War Two
The Archive is an Australian Government initiative, commissioned through the Department of Veterans' Affairs and designed to film and record the stories of over two thousand war veterans as a permanent asset for posterity. It is an unmatched historical collection, a resource for all Australians interested in our wartime heritage.
Shared experience : art and war by Australian War Memorial
Category: World War Two
Images and art work of the shared experiences between Australia, Britain and Canada during the Second World War
Office of Australian War Graves by Depaertment of Veteran Affairs
Category: World War Two
The Office of Australian War Graves is responsible for the administration and maintenance of the graves throughout Australia and the South Pacific and the provision and maintenance in perpetuity of memorials in Australia to those who have died in wars since WW2 and those who have died post-war of war-related causes. and the provision and maintenance in perpetuity of memorials in Australia to those who have died in wars since WW2 and those who have died post-war of war-related causes.
Victorians at War : oral history project by SLV & Dept of Veteran Affairs
Category: World War Two
Includes information about Victorians at war during WW1, WW2, Malaya, Korea, Vietnam and peacekeeping
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