On 25 April, Australia pays tribute to those who have served and died in military and peacekeeping conflicts.
This is a clip of an Anzac Day march in 1933 at Strathalbyn, South Australia. It is taken from a home movie shot by K Loader.
This clip highlights aspects of life in Australia a century ago, including the activities of the Red Cross.
The clip is narrated by Bryan Brown.
This film from c1916 features various wartime fundraising and recruitment activities.
It was shot from outside the General Post Office in Martin Place, Sydney, after rain.
New film and sound recordings have been added to the Anzac Sight Sound website to coincide with the centenary of the signing of the Treaty of Versailles on 28 June, contributing to the final phase of First World War commemorations.
Nurses from the Australian Red Cross serve tea and refreshments to returned soldiers, including those injured and in convalescence.
Filmed in Sydney during the First World War, this clip shows a Red Cross bazaar held in Martin Place to raise money for the troops at Gallipoli.
This Australasian Gazette newsreel from approximately 1917 shows the first shipment of Red Cross supplies leaving Federal Government House, Melbourne for soldiers in Egypt.
This newsreel segment shows a parade in 1915 for the French Red Cross.