Lest We Forget
Thousands of Melburnians turn out in the pouring rain in 1925, to honour the fallen of the First World War.
Flags for Victory
Belgian Flag Days, along with French Flag Days, Violet Day and Wattle Day, occurred across Australia during World War One. They were organised to raise funds, engage communities and encourage new recruits, as well as to honour and pay respect to the wounded, the fallen and their families. This film shows a Belgian Flag Day held at the former mining town of Burra, South Australia, on 10 May 1915.