Military Records

Australia

Australian Government site on the Vietnam War.

Royal Australian Air Force history.

Royal Australian Navy history.

A wealth of material relating to individual servicemen and women – how to obtain personal service records, search biographical databases such as the Roll of Honour, Commemorative Roll, and various Nominal Rolls.

A World War 1 archive hosted by Eastern Regional Public, released as part of the WW1 centenary.

Australia’s involvement in WW2.

Information on Australia’s involvement in the Boer War.

Australia’s commemorations, memorials and war graves.

Roll of those who served in the Royal Australian Navy, Australian Army and Royal Australian Air Force in Korea, or in the waters adjacent to Korea, during the conflict and after the ceasefire, between 27 June 1950 and 19 April 1956.

Genealogylinks.net collection of links.

Homepage of Military History and Heritage Victoria.

Search for Australian Defence service records for all conflicts.

Homepage of Naval Historical Scoiety.

The Nominal Roll of Vietnam Veterans honours and commemorates the men and women who served in the Royal Australian Navy, Australian Army and Royal Australian Air Force in Vietnam, or in the waters adjacent to Vietnam, during the conflict between 23 May 1962 and 29 April 1975.

Locations, descriptions and images of war memorials in the states and territories of Australia.

Information from the service records of Australian Defence and Merchant Navy personnel who served during World War Two.

Overseas

1.7 million men and women of Commonwealth forces who died during both world wars, including 67,000 civilians who died in the Second World War.

Family history in British India, covering 1600-1947.

Paywalled site with UK military record.

British and Commonwealth involvement in conflicts from 1914 to the present day.

An array of military databases, mostly covering WW1.

National Archives UK Records and Guides for Military Personnel.

ANZAC

A database that records information on more than 330,000 men and women who embarked from Australia for service overseas in the (First) Australian Imperial Force, 1914-1918.

1.7 million men and women of Commonwealth forces who died during both world wars, including 67,000 civilians who died in the Second World War.

Government records about Australians and New Zealanders in WW1 and the Boer War.

Extensive list of sites for Australian military research.

Austalian Light Horse Regiments Histories.

WW1 deaths of more than 6,600 SA servicemen.

Anzac centenary website for learning about WW1.

Those who served overseas in the AIF 1914-18.

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