‘Politicians at war: the experiences of Australian parliamentarians in the First World War‘, Parliament of Australia, 10 April 2015
A lunchtime lecture. The author summarises:
119 Australian MPs saw active service in the First World War: 72 were members of the House of Representatives, 44 were senators and three served in both chambers. Among them were nine federal MPs who fought while in office, and an estimated twenty state MPs who saw active service abroad during their time in office.