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Within this section are documents relating to the operational and administrative conduct during World War One.

The MO (Military Order) 465 of 1914 (15 August), authorising the raising of an expeditionary force to serve outside Australian territory, the Australian Imperial Force, consisting of one Division and one Light Horse Brigade, including the officers appointed to command the force and its sub elements.

SS 111C Typical Standing Orders for action During Gas Alert and Hostile Gas Attacks, September 1916
With kind thanks to Chris Henderson.

SS 453 Notes on German Gas Shells, General Staff (Intelligence), General Headquarters 1916

Despatch by General Sir Edmund Allenby G.C.M.G., K.C.B. Commander in Chief, Egyptian Expeditionary Forces in Palestine 28/10/1917 to 11/12/1917

Standing Orders for A.A.M.C Australian Corps 1918

The Australians' Fine Record 1918. A record of the actions of the Australian Corps in 1918

A Record of the Battles and Engagements of the British Armies 1914-1918

Last updated
22 December 2016
Army: Courage. Initiative. Respect. Teamwork.
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