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Lest We Forget by exploring some of Mundijong Public Library's ANZAC Online Resources: 

 Ancestry Library Edition

Ancestry Library Edition is a subscription database which can be used to trace your ancestors, with instant access to over 4 billion names and references.

Did you know you can access Ancestry.com Library Edition for FREE at Mundijong Public Library? (Please note: Ancestry.com Library Edition can only be used on the public internet access computer in the library).

Britannica Online Library Edition

 Encyclopaedia Britannica Online Library Edition is an excellent resource for students, parents and teachers. Searches can be performed according to the users particular age group ensuring results are suitable for all stages of learning. Visit Encyclopaedia Britannica Online Library Edition here.

Search for ANZAC resources via Mundijong Public Library Online Catalogue

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Search for ANZAC resources via the State Library of Western Australia. Many items listed on the State catalogue are held at other libraries around the state, and can be requested through Mundijong Library for you to borrow. View Online Catalogue   


External links to other ANZAC information and resources:

ANZAC Albany: 25th April 25 2015 will mark 100 years since the landing of ANZAC troops on the shores of Gallipoli. Click here to visit the website.  

Discovering ANZACS: Explore a growing selection of government records about Australians and New Zealanders in World War I and the Boer War. Enhance a profile dedicated to the wartime journey of someone who served. Uncover the personal stories of service men and women through original archival records. Click here to visit the website. 

TROVE (by National Library of Australia) - Explore over 400 million Australian and online resources such as books, images, historic newspapers, maps, music and archives.  Click here to visit the website.  

Australian War Memorial: Click here to visit the website 

National Archives of Australia: Click here to visit the website. 

State Records Office: Click here to visit the website 

Military History Society of Australia: Click here to visit the website 

All these items and much more can be reserved on our Online Catalogue or by contacting the library either by phone, email or visiting us!