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Commemorations, Memorials, and War Graves


  • Guide to Australian memorials on the Western Front brochure cover
    Overview: Following the end of the Gallipoli campaign, April– December 1915, the Australian Imperial Force (AIF) began to move to France in March 1916...
  • Adelaide River War Cemetery brochure cover
    Overview: By late 1941, Darwin and the Northern Territory were assuming a role as a strategic base for defence forces and this role increased with the entry of Japan into the Second World War on 7 December 1941...
  • Australian Memorial Park, Fromelles brochure cover
    Overview: ’The Battle of the Somme’ started on 1 July 1916. To reinforce its army, the Germans began to bring troops from other fronts...
  • Australian National Memorial - Villers-Bretonneux - brochure cover
    Overview: At the back of the Villers-Bretonneux Military Cemetery is the site of the Australian National Memorial to the Australian soldiers who fought in France and Belgium...
  • Australian War Memorial, London brochure cover
    Overview: This memorial is a lasting tribute to those Australians who lost their lives in defending those values which are the foundation of the democracy and freedom shared and cherished by Australia and the United Kingdom...
  • Gallipoli Commemorative Services Booklets
    Overview: 2015 Gallipoli Anzac Day Commemorative Services Booklet, including the Orders of Service for the Dawn Service, Lone Pine Australian Service and Chunuk Bair New Zealand Service.
  • Garden of Remembrance brochure cover
    Overview: Australia, as a member nation of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission conferred official commemoration upon Service personnel who died during the two World Wars...
  • Hellfire Pass Memorial brochure cover page
    Overview: Hellfire Pass Memorial is dedicated to the Allied prisoners of war (POWs) and Asian labourers who suffered and died at Helfire Pass and elsewhere in the Asia Pacific region during the Second World War..
  • Nominal Rolls brochures covers
    Overview: Korean War, Vietnam Veterans and World War 2 Nominal Rolls brochures.
  • Office Of Australian War Graves Information Brochure cover
    Overview: The Office of Australian War Graves (OAWG) is part of the Department of Veterans’...
  • Sandakan Memorial Park brochure cover
    Overview: The Sandakan Memorial Park is adjacent to the site of the original Sandakan prisoner of war (POW) camp. For the visitor, the story of Sandakan is revealed at several memorial and interpretive stations around the park...
  • War Cemeteries within Australia brochure cover
    Overview: Many Australians travelling abroad visit Commonwealth War Graves Commission war cemeteries where Australian Service personnel are buried or commemorated...

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