Facing World War One: Stories of loyalty, loss and love shares intimate and untold stories from the First World War by tracing the letters, poetry and portraits of Brisbane soldiers and the loved ones they left behind.

Students will encounter loyalty to country and family, unimaginable loss, and the endurance of love in this filmic experience.

This exhibition contains content that can be linked to the Australian National Curriculum within Humanities and Social Sciences – History.

Curator Tour

Duration: 1 hour
Cost: $9.90 per student

Curator Phillip Manning will guide students through the exhibition and discuss the stories of the featured Brisbane soldiers and families. Students will have opportunity to ask questions and gain a deeper insight into the exhibition content as it relates to their coursework.

This project is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Anzac Centenary Local Grants Program.

Above image credit: (L-R) Alfred James Bell, Donal McDonald, Charles Mitchell, Clarence Peddler, Robert Victor Faulkner, courtesy of Kaye Mobsby

Level 3, City Hall, King George Square

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