The Australian Army History Unit focuses on a range of historically significant of events in the history of Australia's Army.
The 2019-20 round of the Army History Research Grants Scheme has now closed and applications are being assessed. The next round of grants will open in early 2020.
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 and has not been entered for the CEW Bean Prize in a previous year.
The Chief of Army (CA) History Conference is traditionally 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.
An Australian Army that knows and understands its history and is proud of its heritage. This experience is an essential tool for shaping the Army's future development while ensuring it retains the characteristics which have earned it the trust and confidence of the Australian community.
Researching the service of family members is fairly straightforward, providing you collect as much information as you can from the family.
A Primary Source is evidence that was produced contemporaneous to the event being studied. This can include newspaper articles, diaries, maps, drawings, journals, orders, reports, instructions, photographs, film or physical objects/artefacts.