South Sydney, WWI and the Homefront
Unfortunately, the event you’re looking for has already occurred.
Try using our navigation bar across the top to find upcoming events, or use the search just below the navigation if you are looking for a specific upcoming event.
produced by City of Sydney
City Historian Dr Lisa Murray will present an illustrated talk, revealing some of the stories of the World War I home-front experience in the South Sydney district. Learn about the contributions of industry, community fundraising and comfort funds, municipal efforts, returned soldiers, war memorials and remembering the war.
This talk draws on research Lisa has compiled for her forthcoming book on the history of Redfern, Alexandria and Waterloo
Image: Lieutenant A. J. Shout VC was one of the many South Sydney residents that fought in the Great War. Portrait of Lieutenant A. J. Shout VC, 1st Battalion. Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey. June 1915 (image courtesy of the Australian War Memorial, G01028A)
A History Week Event
Saturday 13 September
Book online or call 9265 9333
- On Saturday 13 September from 14.00 to 15.00
Waterloo Library, 770 Elizabeth Street Waterloo 2017 Venue details
City of Sydney Library
How to get to this event:
Easily accessible by bus.
Bus 343 from Circular Quay via Central OR 355 from Newtown.
Are we missing something?
Waterloo Library, 770 Elizabeth Street Waterloo 2017