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Links to assist with further research

We have provided a range of useful links below to assist you with further research.

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Commonwealth War Graves Commission

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission manages the graves and memorials for nearly 1.7 million Commonwealth servicemen and women who were killed or are still listed as missing from World Wars I and II. You can search their records to locate resting places of soldiers and research cemetery locations. 

Department of Veterans' Affairs - Office of Australian War Graves

The Office of Australian War Graves acts as the agent of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission in the Australian region.

Official Interest

Australian Army History Unit

The mission of the Australian Army History Unit is to protect the Army's heritage and to promote Army's history.

Australian War Memorial

The Australian War Memorial website contains embarkation rolls, nominal rolls, roll of honour, and the Australian Red Cross wounded and missing enquiry bureau files which may assist with family research. 

National Archives of Australia

The National Archives 'Records Search' function allows you to look through service and personnel dossiers which may assist with family research. You can obtain copies of your relatives' service records within this site.  

United Kingdom Ministry of Defence

British Army

Veterans UK provides assistance for searching for information on UK veterans.

Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre

The Joint Casualty and Commassionate Centre is responsible for the recovery of United Kingdom Unrecovered War Casualties.

United States

The National League of POW - MIA Families

The National League of POW - MIA Families is the United States of America organisation comprised of the wives, children, parents, siblings and other close relatives of Americans who were, or are listed as prisoners of war , missing in action, killed in action, unrecovered remains and returned Vietnam War United States POWs.

Last updated
14 September 2017
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