Military records

World War Two Nominal Roll

This site was created to honour and commemorate the men and women who served in Australia’s defence forces and the Merchant Navy. The online database, to all personnel who served, can be searched by name, service number, honours, place (of…

Rats of Tobruk Tribute

This site by Owen Carlton is dedicated to the Famous Rats of Tobruk of the Allied Forces (Army, Navy & Air Force) who served in the longest siege in British military history, from April 10 to December 7, 1941, and…

Australia’s War 1939-1945

This site by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs has detailed information on various campaigns. New information and themes will be progressively added.

Nominal Roll of Australian Veterans of the Korean War

This roll lists the details of 18,000+ men and women of the Australian Defence Forces who served in Korea, or in the waters adjacent to Korea, during the conflict and after the ceasefire (June 1950-April 1956).

National Library of Australia – Despatches from Gallipoli

This site offers insights into the Gallipoli conflict from the viewpoint of the official World War 1 correspondents. It includes war images, accounts of battles, examples of censorship and discussions of the Australian legend. This site is no longer available…

Discovering Anzacs

Use the site search function to explore a growing selection of government records about Australians and New Zealanders in World War I and the Boer War covering soldiers, munitions workers, nurses, conscription, internment, wartime copyright and patents, defence correspondence and…

National Boer War Memorial Association (Australia)

This site has extensive information relating to the Boer War, including details of the contingents and the soldiers. There is also a descendants database which can be searched online. Descendants of veterans can register their details online for inclusion in…

Australians Serving in the Boer War

This site, by the Perth DPS, is arranged by state and has a list of contingents arrival and departure dates. An alphabetical list of soldiers showing, name, rank and comments is available for Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and Western Australia.