Military records

Royal Sappers and Miners in Western Australia

Use this site to explore the history of the Corps’ presence in Western Australia. Access the names and profiles of many who served in the Colony from 1837-1839 and 1850-1862 including the sappers and their officers from the Royal Engineers.…

The International Bomber Command Centre, Lincolnshire England

The International Bomber Command Centre is a memorial and interpretation centre that aims to tell the personal stories of service men and women of RAF Bomber Command, ground crews and civilians affected by the bombing campaigns on both sides of…

Enrolled Pensioner Force – Western Australia

The Enrolled Pensioner Force consisted of soldiers who came to the colony of Western Australia between 1850 and 1874, most arriving during the years of convict transportation as Guards on the convict ships. They were soldiers who had been discharged…

Nominal Roll of Nashos who Served 1951-1972

A Nasho is a person undergoing compulsory military training as introduced under the National Service Act. You can search the Nasho Nominal Roll by surname and service number or view all records by service type which includes: The Royal Australian…

Trove – Australian Joint Copying Project Digitisation Program

The Trove Australian Joint Copying Project has digitised 10,000+ reels of microfilm. The AJCP microfilmed 5+ million individual documents in thousands of series and collections of records relating to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific.  Records microfilmed by the AJCP…

Naval-History.Net by Gordon Smith

Preserving naval history research and memoirs and making contemporary accounts more readily available. This site has a wealth on online information and is arranged as follows: • 1815-1914 “Pax Britannica”, and before • 1914-1918 World War 1 • 1918-1939 Inter-war…

Arolsen Archives – Germany

The Arolsen Archives International Center on Nazi Persecution, formerly the International Tracing Service, holds the world’s most comprehensive archive on the victims and survivors of National Socialism. The collection has information on 17.5 million people and belongs to UNESCO’s Memory…

uboat.net – German U-boats of both World Wars

This site lists all the German U-boats of both World Wars, their commanding officers and operations including all Allied ships attacked, technological information and much more. You can also browse our large photo gallery and thousands of U-boat books and…

Imperial War Museum – Lives of the First World War

This site includes details of those who survived the war, as well as the lost. It includes nurses, conscientious objectors, and many more. Family historians can register with the website for free and add their own photos and ‘stories’ to…