Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that the National Archives' website and collection contain the names, images and voices of people who have died.
Some records include terms and views that are not appropriate today. They reflect the period in which they were created and are not the views of the National Archives.
Excerpt from ABC radio interview with first Vietnam War conscientious objector to be jailed.
The Defence Act 1909, a law to be enforced by medical officers during World War I.
A letter sent to Queensland Senator Matthew Reid, regarding the case of a returned soldier, Corporal Joseph Slack.
This is a document regarding Albert Edmund Leane, who was one of more than 1,000 Indigenous servicemen who served during World War I.
This is the application of widow Jeanie O'Kane for a war pension, after the death of her daughter, Nurse Rosa O'Kane, from the Spanish flu.
This is a postcard showing wounded soldiers appealing to civilians to enlist. On the reverse of the postcard is the poem 'The Shirker's Chorus'.
This is a British poster that was used to aid in the recruitment of soldiers during World War I.
These service papers record the movements, promotions, injuries and treatment received by Sergeant Francis Abbott who was killed in action in Peronne, France in 1918.
This is a black-and-white photo dated 20 September 1917 of Australian soldiers on the Menin Road near Ypres, Belgium, waiting on stretchers to be transported to the Casualty Clearning Station.