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Everyday life on the home front had to change when basic food items became hard to find.
World War II was an opportunity for Australian women to take a step outside of the domestic sphere.
A key figure in the campaign for Equal Pay for women was Zelda D'Aprano, a working-class crusader prepared to take action.
Victorian women's political rights didn't come without a struggle. Leading the battle was a woman called Vida Goldstein.
Unions have played a major part in Victoria's political history, from the 19th century to today.
In the 1850s, Victorian tradesmen fought for the right to equal hours of work, rest and play.
Australian men answered the call to war with a sense of adventure, duty and enthusiasm.
With the 2006 industrial relations reforms, Australians once again spoke up for workers rights.