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First hand non-fiction and fictional accounts of soldiers and personnel who participated in WW1, most of whom having departed from Albany WA
In 2015 Year Nine and Ten Great Southern Grammar students became involved in the school’s ANZAC Project. Selected Year Ten students researched the experiences of soldiers, nurses, journalists and photographers and, combined with the Art Department, designed a large digital glass installation for permanent display at the school. Year Nine students researched World War One as part of their History course. Many discovered they had a relative involved in the war, while others used their research to create fictional accounts of the wartime experience. Students were encouraged to utilise various sources, especially the Australian War Memorial, as references for their research.