Records in this collection
- Anzac Memorial Records
- Australian Contingent: History of the Patriotic Movement in New South Wales
- Australian Contingents to South Africa
- Australian Imperial Force Embarkation Roll 1914-1918
- Australian Imperial Force Nominal Roll 1914-1918
- Australian Imperial Force Roll of Honour 1914-1919
- Australia's Fighting Sons of the Empire (NSW, QLD, WA)
- Bank of New South Wales (Roll of Honour)
- Book of Remembrance of the University of Sydney, 1914-1918
- British Garrison Deserters in South Australia
- Defenders of New Zealand and Maori History
- Education Department War Service, 1914-1917
- New South Wales Roll of Honour
- New Zealand Boer War Servicemen
- New Zealand Division, 1916-1919
- New Zealand War Medal Roll
- New Zealand Wars: The Maori Campaigns
- New Zealand WW1 Soldiers
- New Zealanders and the Boer War
- Queenslanders Who Fought in the Great War
- South Australia Boer War Contingents
- South Australia Boxer Rebellion Contingent
- South Australia, Heroes of the Great War Chronicle Newspaper 1915-1919
- Tasmania’s War Record 1914-1918
- Tasmanians in the Boer War
- War Services - 'Old Melburnians Society'
ARMED FORCES & CONFLICT
If you're putting together a family tree and are looking to search military records, these lists are essential for uncovering your ancestry. They include any conflict involving Australian and New Zealand armed forces in World War 1, World War 2, The Boer War, and many others - such as The Soudan War and even the New Zealand Maori campaigns.
"What information about my ancestors can they provide?"
Our military records often have a great deal of information about each armed forces member, including:
- "Last Address" details and information about each where they were enlisted to the forces
- Occupation and marital status
- Information about their injuries or death
- Where they served and fought, and under what ranking.
These military records are an invaluable genealogy tool, and often provide the missing link in building your online family tree. Some of them even contain recorded letters from soldiers during battle and some wonderful photos you simply won't find anywhere else. If you think any of your family ancestors spent time in the military, you can't afford not to explore these Australian and New Zealand Armed Forces records.
To search these record sets individually, choose a record data set from the left hand of the screen in the "Records In This Collection" menu.
ANZAC MEMORY BANK
The findmypast ANZAC Memory Bank is a special online tribute we've created for our members to share the heroic stories of their ancestors that they've uncovered on findmypast. Read some of these touching tales, and even view images of the brave men and women who represented their country at war.View the Anzac Memory Bank