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On the ANZAC legend

Historian Prof Joan Beaumont with the silhouette of a soldier at dawnThe Anzac legend occupies a dominant place in Australian political culture. Often this phenomenon is presented as something natural, arising of national sentiment from within a naturally patriotic Australian people. Eminent Australian historian Prof Joan Beaumont suggests it is not. More...
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      Germany and Australia

      Theater: The White Horse Inn in the Australian bush, circa 1915. Photo: Dubotzky attributedCamp theatre


      100 years ago in the Australian bush

      A legacy of German history: the Agency for Stasi records; © BStU/DesdenStasi legacy


      25 years after the fall of The Wall

      Eberhard Pfeiffer, Honorary Consul - Photo suppliedWelcoming culture


      Making immigrants feel at home

        Current Projects

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        1914-2014   deutschenglish

        The centenary of the First World War will focus the attention of the world on the event, which left an indelible mark on the history of the last 100 years.

        tanzconnexions   deutschenglishBahasa Indonesia[thai]Tiếng Việt

        Insights into and information about contemporary styles of dance in the Asia-Pacific region and in Germany

        Migration and Integration   deutschenglish

        Migration is changing cultures. The Goethe-Institut reflects these developments in Germany and around the world and dedicates its work to the linguistic integration of migrants.

        Step into German   english

        Enter the worlds of German music and Germany’s most popular sport, soccer.
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        German School Film Festival   deutschenglish

        All budding film stars, directors or cameramen out there: don’t miss this opportunity! The topic for 2014 is: "Feste Feiern".

        Bücher, über die man spricht   deutschenglishעבריתPolskičesky한국어

        New books on the German market

        Deutsch für dich − Learn German together, for free   deutschenglish

        Interactive learning games, expert chat, forum with learning tips, ask questions, help others, find learning partners and share experiences

        1914–18   deutschenglish

        Offering a wide variety of views and perspectives, the Goethe-Institut reflects on the consequences and implications of the First World War era

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        Melbourne: Interns wanted

        Goethe-Institut Melbourne seeks interns for its departments of Teachers Services and Language Courses for an immediate start. More...

         

        Video: Enemy Aliens

        Enemy alien - three generations of Australian internees © Goethe-Institut Australien
        During the World Wars, Australia interned some 20.000 so-called enemy aliens. We interviewed contemporary witnesses.

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