Investigating Victorians' service and sacrifice in World War 2 is a FREE classroom resource written by Robert Lewis.
This fully illustrated, digital resource is part of the Victorian Government's commemorative program for World War 2 and consists of thirteen PDF files (downloadable). It is about the service and sacrifice of the World War 2 generation, and the ways that we can commemorate them today.
This resource looks at the following areas:
- Mapping where Victorians served
- Volunteering for service
- The Army Experience – European war
- The Army Experience – Pacific war
- POW Experience
- The RAAF Experience
- The Navy Experience
- Women's military service
- Civilian service
Lest We Forget has been created to help students gain knowledge and understanding of the service and sacrifice of those Victorians during World War 2, and empathy with the experiences of these people. It is an aspect of all Victorians' heritage that deserves remembering and commemorating.
The 'Lest We Forget' resource was supported by the Victorian Government and Victorian Veterans Council.
Format: PDF format
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