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Official histories: First World War from the Australian War Memorial

AnzacBerry War Memorial

Kangaroo Valley War Memorial

Shoalhaven Heads Memorial Park

Nowra War Memorial

Lytch Gate Memorial - Anglican Church Nowra

Milton  Ulladulla War records and resourcesCallala Beach War Memorial

Milton War Memorial

To Our Fallen Comrades Milton Ulladulla

Milton-Ulladulla Ex-Servicemens & Citizens Club War Memorial

Milton Ulladulla War History: Comprehensive list and resources of servicemen and women during WW1. Includes honour roll lists, photos and Boer war records.

Aboriginals who served in WW1 from the South Coast NSW

My family wishes to acknowledge that the W. Sutherland who appears on the Nowra memorial gates is our uncle Lt William.Sutherland who enlisted from Nowra in 1914 was inducted into the great 13th battalion and landed on Gallapoli on the 25th April 1915, he was killed in action on 22nd August 1915 at Lone Pine and is commemorated on the lone pine memorial.

We remember him this year with great love & affection. Colin Sutherland.j.p
Clan Chief of the Alexander Sutherland clan - Family Historian


The Story of AnzacsAustralia's Anzacs
Offered by the Australia Culture and Recreation Network, this page presents historical information about Anzac Day - an article about the Gallipoli battle, facts, highlights.

Australian War Memorial
An authoritative collection of Australia's involvement in war. Search the national collection database: film, sound, war art, photos, including both official and private records.

The Story of The Anzacs. A book of 153 pages, Illustrated. Converted to the web by Ted Harris to mark Anzac Day 2006. An Historical Account of the Part taken by Australia and New Zealand in the Great War. From the Outbreak in August, 1914 until the Evacuation of Gallipoli, in December, 1915

Visiting Gallipoli
You will find a range of materials and suggestions that will enable one to explore Gallipoli and the Anzacs on the web. The Anzac legend and the events at Gallipoli form an important part of what it means to be an Australian. Why is this? How did these events come to mean what they do today? I

WW1 and Anzac Links

Trenches on the Web - Photo Archive
Jul Snelders has contributed his Gallipoli Then and Now archive to the Trenches on the Web site which presents more images in greater detail.

War records and their use in both history and family history research

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning.
We will remember them.
Lest We Forget

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