Find here some links you may find useful before/after your tour or during your stay in France.
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The AustraliaNZ shop
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission
The Australian War Memorial
Australian National Archives
l'Aéro-Club de Picardie Amiens
Families & Friends of the First AIF
ANZAC Day Commemoration Committee (Queensland)
The Anzacs
Colour Patches
Fortieth Battalion AIF
The Barossa Light Horse Historical Association
Wounded Heroes
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The AustraliaNZ Shop!
Unique in France, exclusively dedicated to Australian, New Zealand and South Pacific Island products.
Get your Tim Tams, Vegemite, VB and much more here!!
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This website can be used to for trace a Commonwealth soldier who died in the war. The database allows you to search for a soldier and provides his rank & unit, date of death and location of his grave if known.
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One of the best military museums in the world and probably the best in terms of what it has made available online.
The Australian War Memorial has a number of databases and collections searchable online including Nominal Rolls, Embarkation Rolls and Unit Diaries.
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The Australian National Archives provides online records of all servicemen and women from WW1.
You can search their database and view the service records.
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The Aero Club de Picardie Amiens Métropole is situated at the Glisy airfield near Amiens
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This website is the online home of the FFFAIF who's aim is to commemorate the service, sacrifice, courage and suffering of the First Australian Imperial Force of the Great War 1914-1918 and of their families and friends.
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This site includes a host of educational and historical information on ANZAC Day, the Spirit of ANZAC and all conflicts in which Australian forces have served.
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Australian Government site principally covering Gallipoli
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This website stocks the most comprehensive range of Army Unit Colour Patches in Australia. They aim to offer every type of colour patch issued since their re-introduction into the Australian Army in 1987.
Also available is a terrific reference book:
"Australian Army Unit Colour Patches: 1987 to 2008"
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This website commemorates the men of Tasmania's 40th Battalion in the Great War.
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WW1 Light Horse re-enactors based in the Barossa Valley in South Australia
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Wounded Heroes is a Australian (non-government) support organisation, providing services to the families of deployed personnel, the wounded and the families of the wounded.
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