This page is dedicated to local stories of war. They offer just a few examples of how to research your local soldier and wartime community, but your own research journey might be very different.
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1952 Soudan Contingent Memorial Plaque
Looking for William Francis (1898-1917)
Reinterpreting Armidale's First World War Memorial
Leslie McCallum, 17th Battalion, and the Battle of Mont St Quentin
William Francis 'Nip' Clifford: A veteran of both World Wars
Gilgandra diggers: Louis Shannon Brook
Gilgandra diggers: George Pagan
Tomerong Anzacs: The story of Captain Smith
Parramatta at war: Private "Curly" Eather
Stories from HMAS Sydney: Wally Bourke
Postcards from a WWI medic
Sydney private school cadet corps
Bankstown soldier settlement
Bathurst's War Memorial Carillon
‘Community Histories’ – A spreadsheet listing local histories of World Wars I and II published by the affiliated societies of the RAHS to assist in your own local research journey.
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