Australians in World War 1

This guide focuses on Australians serving in World War 1. It also includes some information relevant to Great Britain, other Commonwealth nations and other combatant nations. There is a section on nurses and women's war occupations.

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The National Archives of Australia and Archives New Zealand have created the website Discovering Anzacs.  The site has profiles of individual Anzacs and nurses who enlisted in World War I, linked to their service records. You can build the profile by adding your own family stories, photos or other details. The site has a timeline of important events, featured profiles, video tutorials, a map showing places of birth of servicemen and links to repatriation records, which show what happened to that person after the war.

The Victorian government Anzac Centenary website lets you add information and pictures on your World War I ancestor or add a story for others to read. Find out about community events and see the student/teacher resources.

Victorians at War is a website archived on  Pandora, Australia's Web Archive.  It has audio interviews with World War I veterans including William "Evan" Allen and Jack Lockett. It includes a printed transcript.

The Military History & Heritage Victoria website focuses on different wars involving Victoria. It aims to encourage interest in Australian and especially Victorian military history and heritage and to promote communication and cooperation within the military history and heritage community of Victoria. It has articles,events,news, conferences and book reviews.

Just another pair of socks is a website listing honours and awards given to Melton District Anzacs. It was produced by the Melton Family History Group.