The information contained in this database has been compiled from a variety of publicly available sources (refer details below)

The Author has endeavoured to match information from at least 3 sources to verify accuracy of details provided on this website.

Members of the public are invited to email or contact us by mail should they be able to provide any further information for any of the listed service personnel.  We are particularly interested in adding photographs of service personnel in their uniform, images of their medals and any other details that can honour the sacifice these people have made for the benefit of all Australians.

The personal dossiers of individual service men and women are held at the National Archives of Australia, Canberra Office, and are the authoritive record for details of military service.

Reference Details



Australian War Memorial Canberra

The AIF Project

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

National Archives of Australia



Fremantle to France – 11th Battalion AIF 1914-1919 – “Ian Gill”

The Old Sixteenth – 16th Battalion – “Captain C. Longmore”

The Blue & Brown Diamond – 27th Battalion – “Lieut Col. W. Dollman & Sgt. H.M. Skinner”

The Blue & White Diamond – 28th Battalion – “Neville Browning”

Second to None – 32nd Battalion – “R.R. Freeman”

Gallipoli – The Western Australian Story – “Wes Olson”

Guide to Australian Battlefields of the Western Front – “John Laffin”