This year marks the 75th anniversary of the Kokoda campaign during World War II.
Take a look into the interesting lives of New York's Jewish Community in the lead up to World War II.
Gammage opens our eyes to 1788 Australian landscape where a sophisticated, successful and sensitive farming was integrated across the land.
Go behind the scenes of the world's greatest museums and libraries. Discover fascinating stories and exceedingly unusual treasures that may never be displayed...
This is a fascinating and absorbing account of Aboriginal life from the time of their arrival in Australia 50,000+ years ago to the present day.
Explore the lives of queens who challenged male power, the fierce reactions they provoked and whether the term 'she-wolves' was deserved.
A television special taking a look at the devastation of the city of Darwin following the arrival of Cyclone Tracy on Christmas Day 1974.
From: Australasian Video Online
Who was making dinner for Katherine Hepburn on 19 June 1940? Presumably her Swedish cook Ruth Oberg, according to the US Federal Census!
From: World Vital Records
See what made the news in the 1600s to 1950. British Library Newspapers has 3 million pages of historic newspapers, newsbooks & ephemera.
From: Gale NewsVault
Receipt for goods ordered from Edinburgh in 1838 and shipped to Mrs Leslie on the Darling Downs, Qld.
From: Early Experiences in Australasia
Historical fiction is a genre of novel that re-creates a period or event in history, and often uses historical figures for some characters.
After Cyclone Tracy, Darwin's people were determined to rebuild. View this documentary shot within a month of the disaster.
Discover the darker history of Brisbane with local author Jack Sim.
Browse through articles or issues of Australian newspapers that have been digitised by Trove. Who knows what you'll uncover...
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