Do you have QLD ancestry who fought in the Great War (WW1)?

This is a comprehensive record of 2468 men and some women involved in the Great War from 1914 to 1918. It mainly consists of those who served overseas, with some wonderfully informative biographical particulars that were supplied by the relatives and personal friends of the men who proceeded on active service abroad. The photographs, including 2334 portraits, have also been furnished either directly or indirectly by the relatives and friends. It's a fantastic genealogy tool for anyone researching their family history or building a family tree!

The following information is available in most cases:

Record of military service
Where and when enlisted
Training and battalions
Where and when sailed
Details of service overseas
Medals awarded
Parents, wives, and often children
Birth place and schools attended (often in other states or countries)
Occupation before enlisting

Many other service and personal details may be given as well. This is a marvellous resource for family, local and military historians.

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