RAHS DAY LECTURE
Wed 3 Sep How did we get to Gallipoli? Historian and writer, Craig Wilcox, examines how a young nation with no army could raise and equip a large military force so effectively.
RAHS/ASHET EVENING LECTURE
Thu 4 Sep Industrial Invasion: Australian Civilian Volunteers in British Factories, 1816-1920 Tony Griffiths will discuss two Lithgow Small Arms Factory employees and artists.
RAHS & NAA LECTURE
Mon 8 Sep WWI defence service and related records held by the National Archives Australia Find out about defence service records held by the National Archives and additional resources.
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29 August 2014
Cousin Jacks in the Antipodes – the story of the Cornish in Australia
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27 August 2014
RAHS Webinar ”Picnic at Hanging Rock’ in your local area’ with Angela Phippen
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26 August 2014
WAR, DEATH AND MEMORY
In the Gothic splendour of the Great Hall, Sydney Ideas will host a panel d...read more
The community of oral historians appreciates interaction, through the RAHS, with all the diverse historical societies it supports.Affiliated Society Member, Oral History Association of Australia New South Wales