The extensive Digger History website, originally all available through www.diggerhistory.info, contained some excellent and well-illustrated material on a huge range of
Anzac topics. The material went missing for a fair while, and although much
of it has been restored to that original location there are still many
sections that can now be accessed only by using the methods outlined below.
Digger History's sub-title is "An unofficial history of the Australian and
New Zealand Armed Services".
You can access
archived copies of Digger History from Pandora and the Internet Archive:
Digger History (Internet Archive)
When using the Internet Archive Wayback Machine it may help
to click the "Impatient?" link if the page is very slow to load. However,
sometimes you need to be patient for the images to load, and even then they
might not all be available.
If the images are important to you, try using both Pandora and the Internet
Archive to access a page to see which one is better at providing the images.
The internet Archive is often unavailable at times of heavy
server use, such as during daytime in the USA (roughly the morning in
Australia and New Zealand).
3. Copy the url from the Properties box.
(The url you will be copying is
(HOW TO COPY THE URL: after you have
clicked on Properties, right-click on the url
itself, choose Select all, right-click on the url
again, choose Copy, click OK.)
6. Delete the "http://", and paste the url,
then modify it - as follows:
a. Delete: http://. Right-click in
the box. Choose Paste.
b. Use the arrow keys until you position the cursor
immediately before the "www".
c. Delete the characters between the "http://" and
the "www" (ensuring the url begins: http://www)
d. Delete the letter "l" at the end (ensuring the
url ends: .htm).