Dr Bart Ziino‘s new article, ‘Eligible Men: Men, Families and Masculine Duty in Great War Australia’, was recently published in History Australia (volume 14, number 2, pp. 202-17).
Bart is an historian of Australian experiences of the First World War, and memory and commemoration of war in Australia and abroad. His first book, A Distant Grief: Australians, War Graves and the Great War (2007) brought to light the painful efforts of Australian families to grieve for loved ones whose bodies remained on foreign battlefields after the First World War.
Bart co-edited The Heritage of War (2012) with Martin Gegner, and is editor of the volume Remembering the First World War (2015).