ANZAC - let us not forget our allies who parish and suffer along with our U.S. troops. Australian - a soldier of freedom is a soldier to remember

Here's 51 links to (mostly smaller), but fascinating military websites, which you'll find useful for your Australian military history and research

An Australian soldier writes home from his billet on the Somme front, 1916

An Australian soldier writes a letter home from his billet on the Somme front, 1916

The morning after the first battle of Paschendaele [Paschendale], Australian Infantry wounded around a blockhouse near the site of Zonnebeke Railway Station,12 October 1917

Frank Hurley’s striking photo of Australian soldiers the morning after the Battle of Passchendaele, 1917

A Brave Colonial Son - Light Horse Trooper http://www.booksonwaraustralia.com

A Brave Colonial Son - Light Horse Trooper http://www.booksonwaraustralia.com

Australian and New Zealand WW1 Poster

ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) troops served in Europe, the Middle East and at Gallipoli during WW I. They suffered over casualties with killed.

Photo of an unknown Australian soldier standing on muddy cobblestones before a studio background in Vignacourt, France, December 1916. Note the torn unit colour patch on his left arm.

Photo of an unknown Australian soldier standing on muddy cobblestones before a studio background in Vignacourt, France, December Note the torn unit colour patch on his left arm.

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