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  1. An army for a nation: A history of Australian military developments, 1880-1914 by John Mordike, 1992
  2. Conscription and Australian military capability (Canberra papers on strategy and defence) by Darcy McGaurr, 1971
  3. The Howard Legacy: Australian Military Strategy, 1996 - 2007 (German Strategic Studies) by Benjamin Schreer, 2008-12-03
  4. Chiefs of the Australian Army: Higher Command of the Australian Military Forces, 1901-1914 (Australian Army History Collection) by James Wood, 2006-01
  5. Calling Out the Troops: The Australian Military and Civil Unrest: The Legal and Constitutional Issues
  6. Soldiers in Politics: The Impact of the Military on Australian Political Life and Institutions (Army Military History Series. Issues) by Chris Coulthard-Clark, 1997-04
  7. Australian Military Operations in Vietnam (Australian Army Campaigns) by Albert Palazzo, 2006-01
  8. Australian military uniforms, 1800-1982 by Monty Wedd, 1982
  9. A select bibliography of Australian military history, 1891-1939 by Jean P Fielding, 1978
  10. Forgotten Force: The Australian Military Contribution to the Occupation of Japan (Army Military History Series) by James Wood, 1998-07
  11. The Other Enemy?: Australian Soldiers and the Military Police (Australian Army History) by Glenn Wahlert, 2000-04-20
  12. Shifting Sands and Savage Jungle: the Memories of a Frontline Infantryman (Military history memoirs series) by George Tarlington, 1996-09-30
  13. Darwin Bombed: The Unit History of 14 Heavy Anti-Aircraft Battery (Military history memoirs series) by Jack Mulholland, 1999
  14. The War with Johnny Boer: Australians in the Boer War, 1899-1902

21. VK2DYM'S Military Radio And Radar Information Site.
Technical information, photos and history of Australian military and domestic radio and lesser known equipment, publications and events.
http://www.qsl.net/vk2dym/
VK2DYM'S MILITARY RADIO AND RADAR INFORMATION SITE HOME PAGE Concentrating on Australian military and domestic radio and lesser known equipment. MILITARY RADIO DATA AMR300 Receiver
Reception Set No.1 (Aust.)

Reception Set No.4 (Aust.)

Reception Set (Aust.) No.8C
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8th Div. Sigs. AVO TEST EQUIPMENT RADAR. RADAR BIBLIOGRAPHY Lots of references Radar at Darwin in 1942- The Truth
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AUSTRALIAN DOMESTIC AND AMATEUR RADIO HISTORY. Australian Radio Magazines and Publications. History of Australian Amateur Radio Call Signs. AWA "Reiss" Microphones.
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Colin MacKinnon VK2DYM MY RADIO COLLECTION Colin MacKinnon Tribute to Colin
Colin at an HRSA meeting (at left wearing a green striped shirt) The Well This website is being developed as time permits, so please check back occasionally. Apart from information on some of my military radios there is some history of Australian domestic and amateur radio and WW2 radar, particularly in Australia. There is a shortage of photos until I can get my albums out of storage (see "My radio collection" for the story). Thanks to everyone who has helped me put this site together. I hope you enjoy what you see. If you have any additions, comments, corrections or criticisms please email me at

22. Australian Military Statistics
Australian military statistics Content. A brief statistical survey of Australian involvement in war and peacekeeping operations since 1860. Deaths as a result of service with
http://www.awm.gov.au/atwar/statistics/
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23. Australian Military - Military Pictures - Air Force Army Navy Missiles Defense
Pictures of the Australian Defense Force weapons including Royal Australian Air Force aircraft, Australian Army equipment and Australian Navy ships, Global defence forum on topics
http://www.defencetalk.com/pictures/g67-australian-military.html

24. Royal New South Wales Lancers
Australian and military history with information on the Regiment, barracks in the city of Parramatta and the museum.
http://www.lancers.org.au/
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Website of the Royal New South Wales Lancers Lancer Barracks and Museum Search the Site
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    • Battle Honours The Royal New South Wales Lancers were formed as the New South Wales Cavalry Reserves in 1885, designated the New South Wales Lancers in 1894, and created Royal in 1935, the Regiment sent a squadron to fight as mounted lancers in the South African War, takes the traditions of the 1st Light Horse formed from its peacetime members to fight in the First World War at Gallipoli and Palestine, and fought as a Tank Regiment in World War II in New Guinea and Borneo. The Regiment with 21 Honours is Australia's most decorated unit, it is currently an Light Cavalry Regiment in the Australian Army Reserve. Lancer Barracks were built in Parramatta, now a suburb of Sydney between 1818 and 1820 to house the British troops who garrisoned the then colony of New South Wales. The Governor, Lachlan Macquarie recognised he was building the infrastructure for a future nation and had them built to last, eventually they were occupied by the New South Wales Lancers, becoming an integral part of Australia's Military history, and the history of the Parramatta Community. CLICK HERE to view the report (7 mb .pdf file). This report covers the scope of the collection identifying it as a major Boer War research tool, including original poems by AB (Banjo) Patterson.

25. YouTube - Australian Military
A brief promotional video of Australian Troops In Service doing what they do best. Also, people have ask me a repeatedly the same points in this video so here they all are
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gpMyoSjnTxs

26. Australian Military Research • Research Services
Home Research Services - Links. Research Services. Australian Military Research charges start from $35.00 for researching Australians that served in WW1 to Vietnam with
http://australianmilitaryresearch.com/pages/research.htm
Home Research Services Links Research Services Australian Military Research charges start from for researching Australians that served in WW1 to Vietnam with earlier campaigns between with postage charged at cost. Research for WW1 to Vietnam will generally consist of a copy of the service persons Service Record with Casualty Checks, Red Cross Records, Honours and Awards checked and where applicable copies of these documents supplied. Earlier campaign research consists of a typed consolidation of the service persons history and copies of any applicable documents located during research. A full list of services and costs can be provided by emailing mil_research@iprimus.com.au

27. Www.bravenet.com
Post details of your Australian Military and /or Veterans social event here at the Armed Services Assistance Centre Social Classifieds.
http://pub7.bravenet.com/classified/show.php?usernum=594443532

28. Australian Military Research • Home
Home Research Services - Links. I have been a collector and military researcher for 20 years and have been assisting other collectors, family historians and people with an
http://australianmilitaryresearch.com/

29. Warbooks Australia Online
warbooks war books amhp australian military history publications war world war one world war two booksellers publishers australian army army australian navy RAN australian air
http://www.warbooks.com.au/
THE WAR BOOK SHOP All mail to: 13 Veronica Place, Loftus. 2232. Australia Email: warbookshop@bigpond.com TO BROWSE CATALOGUE [CLICK HERE] SPECIAL OFFER CLICK FOR DETAILS ABOUT AMHP PUBLISHING: KOKODA SECOND-HAND LIST NON MILITARY LIST RETAILER INFORMATION SEARCH BY ANY WORD SOME NEW TITLES NOW RELEASED: [X] THE PURPLE DEVILS History of 2/6 Commando Company in WW2 [REPRINT] [X] ... BATTLEFIELD KOREA: The b attles and b rave acts of our RAR soldiers - awards shown in colour. [X] BETWEEN VICTOR AND VANQUISHED: ... Men who handled and stored dangerous weapons in Australia.

30. Military Conscription: Issues For Australia
Analysis of the manpower shortages facing the Australian military and the potential use of conscription to make up the shortfall.
http://www.aph.gov.au/library/pubs/cib/1999-2000/2000cib07.htm

Current Issues Brief 7 1999-2000
Military Conscription: Issues for Australia
Gary Brown
Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Group
12 October 1999
Contents Major Issues Introduction The Size of the Defence Force and Army How Can Conscription be Introduced? ... Appendix: Personnel Costs Major Issues The need to deploy a substantial force to East Timor has placed unanticipated stresses on the Australian Regular Army. It has become clear that rotating the troops sent to Timor is going to be difficult for an Army of less than 24 000 Regulars, as Australia's is today. This difficulty has led some to call for the introduction of compulsory military service. Conscription is certainly a quick means of raising large numbers of troops. However, the need for training means that it would not deliver personnel fast enough to solve the Timor rotation problem. Historically Australia has been able to maintain an Army significantly larger than the present force by means of voluntary enlistment. In the eighties the Regular Army was almost 8000 stronger than it is now and conscription was not required. Universal conscription of, e.g., all 18 year old males is both prohibitively expensive (salary costs alone in that case are about $2.8 billion per annum) and delivers too many personnel-if two years service is required, then such a scheme would increase the Regular Army by almost 100 000 personnel. This would seriously unbalance the Australian Defence Force (ADF).

31. Grant's Militaria - Australian Militaria Photos, Militaria For Sale, Information
Australian military history site, with hundreds of photographs showing uniforms and equipment. Includes special features, articles of Boer War research, WW1 and WW2 diaries, discussion forum, uniforms of the world.
http://www.grantsmilitaria.com

32. Indigenous Australians At War
Research into Australian Aboriginal servicemen in the defence of Australia. Provides information on a not-well-known aspect of Australian military history.
http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/statuepark/620/index.html
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INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS AT WAR This site is dedicated to all Indigenous Australians who have served Australia in war and peacetime. . . "THE COLOURED DIGGER" He came and joined the colours, when the War God's anvil rang, He took up modern weapons to replace his boomerang, He waited for no call-up, he didn't need a push, He came in from the stations, and the townships of the bush. He helped when help was wanting, just because he wasn't deaf; He is right amongst the columns of the fighting A.I.F. He is always there when wanted, with his Owen gun or Bren, He is in the forward area, the place where men are men. He proved he's still a warrior, in action not afraid, He faced the blasting red hot fire from mortar and grenade; He didn't mind when food was low, or we were getting thin, He didn't growl or worry then, he'd cheer us with his grin. He'd heard us talk democracy, They preach it to his face Yet knows that in our Federal House there's no one of his race. He feels we push his kinsmen out, where cities do not reach, And Parliament has yet to hear the Abo's maiden speech.

33. Australian Military Trains Controversial 1 Day AgoThe Australian Military Has He
The purpose of this page is to provide some statistics about Australia's involvement in the different conflicts around the world since 1860. What you see here is mostly taken
http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news-newspaper-daily-english-online/Internatio

34. The Military Photograph Museum And Registry Of Australia
A growing collection of Australian military photographs including portraits of those who served. Special software (suitable only for Windows) must be downloaded from the site and used to access the photographs.
http://www.americanwarlibrary.com/personnel/austral.htm
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Internetaccess All veterans and active-duty personnel can permanently display their military, wartime or current photos. Free access software can be distributed to friends and family around the world. INDEX Who is eligible to display photographs in The Museum? What does it cost me to display a military-era photograph? How can I access The Museum? What software do I need to access The Museum? ... photos? How much does that cost and what payment options does The Museum offer? Who Is Eligible To Display A Photo Anyone can display a single, digitized photograph (no larger than 50,000 bytes) of a veteran or active-duty serviceperson in uniform at no cost Go back to the Index What Does It Cost To Display A Photograph It is FREE to install one digitized (scanned, .jpg, .gif, .tif, .bmp, .pcx or .cmp) photo (up to 50,000 bytes) of any former or active-duty military serviceperson. Go back to the Index How Do I Access The Museum The Museum can be accessed 24 hours a day. Complete instructions on how to quickly and easily install The Museum

35. Australian Military Trains Controversial Afghanistan Fighters In Australia
CANBERRA, Oct. 29 (Xinhua) The Australian military has helped train senior Afghan militia fighters under the control of a controversial warlord, in a bid to strengthen
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/world/2010-10/29/c_13581713.htm
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English.news.cn Feedback Print RSS By Vienna Ma CANBERRA, Oct. 29 (Xinhua) The Australian military has helped train senior Afghan militia fighters under the control of a controversial warlord, in a bid to strengthen operations against the Taliban, a report unveiled on Friday. According to Fairfax, six soldiers under the control of the controversial Afghan warlord, Matiullah Khan, visited Australia last week to train with some of Australian Defense's elite soldiers. Khan, a powerful war lord in the southern Uruzgan province in Afghanistan, charges the U.S. and Australia millions of dollars a month to protect military supply convoys, and was accused of having a similar arrangement with drug traders. The report said although Khan is one of the most powerful figures in Uruzgan province, the Dutch forces had refused to work with Khan because of his alleged links to murder and extortion, and blocked his appointment as local police chief. Australian Chief of the Defense Force Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston on Friday confirmed a group of Afghanistan fighters were brought to Australia for military training, but refused to confirm whether the Afghan group has linked to Khan.

36. WW1 Military Badges - Fovant Badges Society
WW1 British and Australian military badges in the chalk downlands of Wiltshire. A visible memorial to the soldiers who passed through Fovant and its neighbouring villages on their way to the Great War, many never to return. Profile, photographs, regimental history, publications, events, war graves, location, and links.
http://www.fovantbadges.com/

WW1 British and Australian military badges in the chalk downlands of Wiltshire
The Diary of Henry Peerless Henry Peerless was a Brighton based timber merchant who liked to travel round the UK between 1891 and 1920 by motor car. An entry in his diary for 15th July 1916 reads as follows: That is the objective of the Fovant Badges Society, Mr Peerless! Fovant badges - an historic and unique cluster of military badges cut into the
chalk hills of Wiltshire contact us location map about the fovant badges how you can help ... links Fovant Badges Society is Registered Charity No. 1045087
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37. The Oxford Companion To Australian Military History - Oxford University Press
The Oxford Companion to Australian Military History. Second Edition. Peter Dennis, Jeffrey Grey
http://www.oup.com.au/titles/academic/history/military_history/9780195517842

38. Indigenous Australians At War
Research into Australian Aboriginal servicemen in the defence of Australia. Provides information on a not-well-known aspect of Australian military history.
http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/statuepark/620/
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INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS AT WAR This site is dedicated to all Indigenous Australians who have served Australia in war and peacetime. . . "THE COLOURED DIGGER" He came and joined the colours, when the War God's anvil rang, He took up modern weapons to replace his boomerang, He waited for no call-up, he didn't need a push, He came in from the stations, and the townships of the bush. He helped when help was wanting, just because he wasn't deaf; He is right amongst the columns of the fighting A.I.F. He is always there when wanted, with his Owen gun or Bren, He is in the forward area, the place where men are men. He proved he's still a warrior, in action not afraid, He faced the blasting red hot fire from mortar and grenade; He didn't mind when food was low, or we were getting thin, He didn't growl or worry then, he'd cheer us with his grin. He'd heard us talk democracy, They preach it to his face Yet knows that in our Federal House there's no one of his race. He feels we push his kinsmen out, where cities do not reach, And Parliament has yet to hear the Abo's maiden speech.

39. Battle Of Bardia: Australian War Memorial
Australian Military Units Battle of Bardia. Bardia is a small town on the Mediterranean coast of Libya, in the region of Cyrenaica, approximately 30 kilometres from the Egyptian border
http://www.awm.gov.au/units/event_222.asp
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Bardia is a small town on the Mediterranean coast of Libya, in the region of Cyrenaica, approximately 30 kilometres from the Egyptian border. During the early decades of the 20th century it was developed as a miltary outpost during Italy's colonisation of the region. Prior to the Second World War it was fortified by the construction of an arc of defensive posts, 29 kilometres long, around the town and its small harbour. In April 1941, the Axis offensive in Cyrenaica carried them back to Bardia which was again occupied as a strongpoint for their defence of the frontier. Neither of the two British offensives of mid-1941 - Operation Brevity (15-27 May) and Operation Battleaxe (15-17 June) - got within striking distance of Bardia, and when Operation Crusader was launched on 18 November, part of the plan was to isolate Bardia and deal with its garrison later. It was duly assaulted by the 2nd South African Division between 31 December 1941 and 2 January 1942, and captured with 8,000 prisoners. The town was occupied by the Axis forces for the third and last time in June 1942, and abandoned without a fight following their defeat at El Alamein in November 1942.

40. AUSTRALIAN MILITARY MUSEUMS
AUSTRALIAN MILITARY MUSEUMS from OliveDrab.com Australian War Memorial. Set aside as a place in Australia where families and friends could grieve for those
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Australian War Memorial . Set aside as a place in Australia where families and friends could grieve for those buried in places far away and difficult to visit - a place that would also contribute to the understanding of war itself. Treloar Crescent, Campbell ACT Australia. +61 (0)2 6243 4211, +61 (0)2 6243 4325 fax. The South Australian Military Vehicle Museum houses vehicles which are not just restored to look at, but are rebuilt to authentic running condition and most are road registered and driven regularly. Military vehicles and items range from the First World War to current times. Displays of militaria, uniforms, smaller vehicles and radios as well as a restoration workshop and the museum shop. Videos on a range of military themes and dioramas depicting wartime scenes. 252 - 280 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide, South Australia, 5015, Australia. mvcssa@sitelites.com.au

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