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Sources and references for the 100 Stories

Lists the sources and references of the forty of the 100 Stories presented in this course
Peace wall from the National Anzac Centre in Albany, Australia
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This course is based on the 100 Stories Project at Monash University. Forty of the stories have been presented in this course.

If you wish to do any further reading on any of these stories, a list of sources and references is available from the Downloads section of this step.

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If you’re one of the learners who enjoyed the course and would like to let others know, please consider sharing your thoughts on Class Central or MOOC List, Course talk, or even FutureLearn learner stories.

Study at Monash

We hope that this course has sparked an interest in the study and research of history. We hope that you will embark on researching Great War stories of your own, using the guidance we’ve offered into exciting new online archives will help you in this task.

You can find out more about the range of history units and courses offered at Monash by exploring The Faculty of Arts website.

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