Sunday, January 18, 2015

Inside History Magazine

Issue 26 Jan-Feb 2015 edition of Inside History magazine is now available. Articles include:
  • How the hundreds of thousands of Wills now online can help find your family
  • The overshadowed Gallipoli campaign of Australia’s submarine AE2
  • Thomas Keneally’s top tips for writing history
  • Ludwig Becker, Australia’s unsung explorer, artist and scientist who aided Burke and Wills on their fateful expedition
  • How genetics and genealogy form our shared past
  • Discovering 1840s Tasmania through the recollections of a convict diarist
  • Plotting our climate’s history using the logbooks of early 20th-century voyages
  • The go-getting businesswoman whose prominent Melbourne photography studios flourished through the Depression and two world wars – and captured some famous faces
  • An exciting World War II oral history project underway in Perth
  • The oldest clipper ship in the world, soon to open for public tours
Inside History magazine is available through most newsagents, or can be downloaded FREE by members of Campaspe Regional Library through Zinio, our e-Magazines platform.  Ask our staff for more information.

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