One of the world's most destructive conflicts recalled through the experiences of eight people.
A mother awaiting the return of her son. Brothers from Tyers River fighting on the Western Front. A Jewish German soldier on the other side.
The stories of World War I soldiers and their families remain profoundly affecting. Over 100,000 Victorians enlisted; survivors returned forever changed but many never came home at all. We still feel the war's aftermath today, a century after it began.
This exhibition includes over 300 objects and photographs, each of which tells a story of love and sorrow.