As per Queensland Government guidelines, face masks are required indoors from Sunday 2 January 2022. View vaccinations requirements and refund information here. 

Memoirs of the Queensland Museum - Culture Volume 11

Queensland Remembers: 1914-1918

Edited by Geraldine Mate

Published June 2020 

Memoirs of the Queensland Museum – Culture volume 11 is available in hardcopy from the Museum Shop. Queensland Remembers is an outcome of the research conducted over several years to support the Anzac Legacy Gallery. This high-quality peer-reviewed volume will appeal to those who are interested in First World War history.

The publication focuses on the stories behind collection objects held by the Queensland Museum that can be found on display at Cobb+Co, TWRM and at Queensland Museum South Bank. The individual papers focus on less often explored topics related to the First World War including representations of Indigenous war-time experiences in museums and galleries, railway histories, war trophies and the experience of returned soldiers.

Table of Contents – Published June 2020 (Print)

Author

Chapter title

Haywood, A.

Battle Front and Home Front: perspectives on Queensland Museum histories of the First World War

Hadnutt, N.

Engines of Destruction: biographies of a museum’s war trophies

Mewes, D.

War Department Light Railways of the First World War

Shiels, R.

Duty, Debt and Picket Lines: the Queensland Railway Department during the First World War

High, J.

From Aero Clubs to Aviation Companies: the experiences of Thomas Macleod and his contemporaries 1910–1919

Powell, J.

Australian Army General Service Wagon Mark X: researching the historical context of a generic artefact

Cockburn, S. &
Beetson, A.

(Re)Presenting Indigenous Histories of the First World War: Case Studies for Museums

Wills, J.

Treasures from the Tablelands: communities, collaboration and collections

Mate, G.

Dark Tourism: collections and memories of war

Ryan, T.

Forgotten Organisations from the First World War

Jackson, L.

The Last Resort: the experience of First World War returned soldiers in the Dunwich Benevolent Asylum and the Dunwich Inebriate Institution

Hampton, D.

We Remember: the Ipswich Railway Workshops War Memorial