Fighting for Peace Aftermath, Commemoration and Regional Conference- program

The centenary year of the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 provides a fitting moment at which to consider the aftermath and legacy of the Great War. 

The Fighting for Peace, Aftermath, Commemoration and Regional Remembrance Conference seeks to pull the historiographical lens back from 1914-1918, to help us better understand how the First World War shaped the history of the newly federation Australian nation, and how we live with its legacies still.

See here for the program>  Clunes Great War Conference program Program

 

Model of soldier in the trenches

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