Reference & Research Materials

xlink1-jpg-pagespeed-ic-lgycbxqdsgThe Australian War Memorial:- Battalion and Brigade diaries; Red Cross files for the Wounded and Missing; Roll of Honour; Medals & Awards; Nominal Rolls; Photographs



151x50xlink2-jpg-pagespeed-ic-mmoisnc7cdNational Archives of Australia:- service records for each of the infantrymen


CWGC.pngCommonwealth War Graves Commission:– burial and commemorative details for the fallen


beanOfficial History of Australia in the War of 1914-1918: The Story of Anzac by C.E.W.Bean, Volumes I,II,III,IV,V,VI. Note scanned volumes can found online in the Collections section on the Australian War Memorial  website



“With the Twenty-Second”: A history of the Twenty-Second Battalion, AIF
by Captain E.Gorman, MC (Note: Captain Gorman is standing back row, 10th from the left, in project banner photograph of ‘C’ Company). Revised Edition in 2001 by Carl Johnson includes many more photographs



AIF Project.pngAIF Project:- UNSW Database of Australian Anzacs in the Great War 1914 – 1918



2015-09-27 15.44.15.jpgWW1 Australian Soldiers & Nurses who rest in the United Kingdom: project from Cathy Sedgwick commemorating the final resting place of those Australians that died in the UK during the Great War, with soldier profiles


The Long Trail.pngThe Long, Long Trail: Chris Baker’s website on information regarding British Army units, formations, battles, hospitals and casualty clearing stations etc during the Great War

nls_logoNational Library of Scotland: British First World War trench maps, 1915 -1918. Click here for instructions on how to read a British WW1 trench map, courtesy of Chris Baker (above)

dva-logo-govAustralians on the Western Front 1914 – 1918: featuring the Australian Remembrance Trail in France and Belgium with information on the events of a century ago at these important sites in Australian history


link3The Anzac Centenary:- sharing stories and events surrounding the centenary of the Great War in Victoria


VWMA.pngVirtual War Memorial Australia: a commemorative collection, purpose built to honour the personal experiences of all those who have served the nation in times of conflict,  from the Boer War through to Afghanistan. It pays special honour to those who lost their lives as a result of their service and equally honours those who returned, forever changed

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