The League of Nations was once described as "the greatest humbug in history", but it has had a lasting impact on Australia: it helped the nation untie its British apron strings and find its foreign policy voice.
Stretcher bearer George Laffin and nurse Nellie Pike saw the worst of human suffering while serving in Gallipoli and Lemnos Island, but in 1917 they set off to be married. More than 100 years later, their daughter Daphne reflects on the sacrifices they made.
Remembrance Day ceremonies are being held across Australia to mark the sacrifice of Anzac soldiers and 100 years since the end of World War I.
The newly discovered diaries of an Australian Army nurse describe in vivid detail the fear of young Anzacs and the camaraderie of women in World War I.
The Ode of Remembrance used to make Shelley Lloyd feel guilty about her great uncle. She knew he died in World War I, but little else. She decided to find out more, and her four-year investigation took her all the way to England.
There was often a devastating wait of months and sometimes years for Australian families wanting to know the fate of loved ones who left to fight in WWI.
As a teenager in 1983, Halee Cosar wanted to ask for an extra minute's silence to honour the Turkish soldiers at Gallipoli. Now she's a teacher, and she wants her students to stand for two minutes.
In 2012, Lynn Berry set out to knit 120 poppies to honour her father. Six years later, she and her team have one to mark every Australian life lost in World War I … and then some.
We're often reminded of the benefits of eating fresh food — both for us and the environment. But did you know the 'leave our food as natural as possible' idea started as a Nazi slogan?