'NSW and the Great War' - Centenary of Anzac commemorative book
NSW and the Great War is an authoritative history that uses the rich visual and written records held by the Anzac Memorial, the State Library of NSW, NSW State Records, the NSW Department of Education and the University of Sydney to reveal the impact of war on the ordinary citizens of NSW, in theatres of combat and at home in our cities, towns and rural communities.
His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret'd) Governor of NSW described this Centenary of Anzac commemorative publication as a "visually arresting and authoritative account of NSW during and after the Great War" he went on to express his delight that a copy of the book is being gifted to every school and library across the State when he launched the book at Government House on 9 November 2016 .
You can purchase a copy of New South Wales and the Great War for $35 from the State Library shop or online book store. All sale proceeds go to the Anzac Memorial in support of new interpretive and education programs, heritage conservation and the management of the Memorial’s collection of military artefacts.