The Australian Army History Unit is responsible for developing policy and programs for the collection, conservation, interpretation and promotion of the Australian Army's history.
The Australian Army History Unit serves Army by promoting the study and understanding of Army's history and contributes to future development of the Army by providing relevant historical analysis in support of future planning.
The Chief of Army (CA) History Conference is held in Canberra around the Family and Community Day long weekend in September/October each year. It is hosted by the Chief of Army and managed by the Australian Army History Unit.
The Australian Army History Unit invites researchers to submit applications for research grants in the 2014-15 round of the Army History Research Grants Scheme.
The annual C.E.W. Bean Prize for Military History is awarded to the best honours or postgraduate thesis submitted in any Australian university focusing the history of the Australian Army.
We receive many questions relating to historical artifacts, procurement and research topics. Please review our responses to our most frequently asked questions here.