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Nation, Memory and Great War Commemoration - book launch

Graves, Matthew (28 juil. 2014)

Nation, Memory and Great War Commemoration - Mobilizing the Past in Europe, Australia and New Zealand (Peter Lang, 2014) edited by Shanti Sumartojo & Ben Wellings will be launched by Dr Douglas Craig - Head, School of History, ANU. Date and Time: 5.30pm, Monday 4 August 2014 Venue: ANU Centre for ...

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Photo essay: the Australian Remembrance Trail

Sumartojo, Shanti (4 oct. 2012)

In its 2009-2010 budget, the Australian government allocated $10m to establish an Australian Remembrance Trail throughout the former Western Front. The trail identifies and improves visitor facilities at a series of battlefields on which Australians fought, including in Ypres, Ploegsteert and ...

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‘Réformer, réunir, réussir’ – French President François Hollande’s Slogan for the First World War Centenary Commemorations

Rechniewski, Elizabeth (10 nov. 2013)

On 7 November the French President François Hollande launched the programme of events to commemorate the centenary of the First World War, using the opportunity to draw lessons  - as he sees them - for the national priorities of today. Under the slogan ‘réformer, réunir, réussir’ (reform, ...

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Planning for First World War commemoration in Australia and the UK

Sumartojo, Shanti (5 nov. 2013)

Media reports in Australia and the UK are beginning to reveal official plans for First World War commemorative activities in both countries. In Australia, the new conservative coalition government, led by Prime Minister Tony Abbot, is committed to a widespread program developed by its Labour ...

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Call for Papers: State-sponsored History after 1945

Sumartojo, Shanti (11 juin 2015)

Ghent (Belgium), 23, 24 & 25 November 2015 http://www.inth.ugent.be/state-sponsored-history/ Conference theme Since their earliest inception, modern states and their regimes have recognized the importance to draft and direct ‘their’ national history. Although 19th century models of romanticist ...

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The Coral Sea incident (1973): a case of symbolic sanction ?

Graves, Matthew (22 juin 2012)

To embody the ideals of the nation and project them onto the global stage have been aspirations of Australian prime ministers since the 1960s, as Australia has developed a middle power role and diverged from the British world view in foreign affairs. Michelle Grattan observes that ‘through the ...

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Australia, 11 November 2013: Commemorative event commemorates commemorative event.

Wellings, Ben (12 nov. 2013)

Twenty years after the interring of the Unknown Australian Soldier at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra, former Prime Minister Paul Keating returned to the site of his eulogy - now inscribed in bronze on a wall close to the Tomb - and gave another speech reiterating his vision of the links ...

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The Politics of the Past: Great War Commemoration in International Perspective

Graves, Matthew (10 juin 2012)

This international symposium took place at the Australian National University from 26-27 April 2012 and was hosted by the School of Politics and International Relations and the ANU Centre for European Studies. It brought together researchers from France, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Australia and ...

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The Politics of the Past on radio

Fathi, Romain (24 juin 2012)

Dr. Ben Wellings (ANU) and Romain Fathi, PhD candidate (UQ) interviewed by ABC radio in Canberra on April 24th 2012. ABC Radio Ben and Romain Dr. Ben Wellings presents the symposium and its goals while Romain Fathi discusses the involvement of Australians in commemorations at Villers-Bretonneux, ...

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Christmas Speech Fuels Belgian Memory of War

Wellings, Ben (28 déc. 2012)

Political controversy over the memory of the inter-War period and Europe's fascist era has erupted in Belgium in the wake of King Albert II's Christmas Speech.  Albert referred to the dangers of populist responses to economic and political crises in the 1930s and made an implicit comparison with ...

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