During the First World War, 290 000 Australians served with the Australian Imperial Force (AIF). This Territory ANZAC Collection enables you to discover the personal stories of over 400 soldiers who enlisted in the Northern Territory, travelled from here to enlist or had a strong association with the Territory before or after the war. Compelling biographical and war service details for each Territory ANZAC can be found in this collection. Links are also provided to soldier’s letters printed in the newspaper of the day, Unit war diaries, individual Service Records and to the Roll of Honour, Embarkation Roll and Nominal Roll.
The Fallen ANZAC collection pays tribute to Northern Territory ANZACs who lost their lives during the First World War. Biographical details about enlistees’ lives in the Territory before the war plus their Service Records, Red Cross Missing in Action reports, letters home and Unit War Diaries are provided.
The Returned ANZAC collection honours Northern Territory ANZACs who served during the First World War and returned to Australia. The collection contains details of enlistees’ military service including their service records as well as life in the Northern Territory at the beginning of the 20th century.
|Title||Author||Date||Type of publication|
|William King||King, William Harry||1915||Reference|
|Arthur Cain||Cain, Arthur Norman||1917||Reference|
|Thomas Herbert Pierssené||1918||Reference|
|Arthur Quelch||Quelch, Arthur Louis||1916||Reference|
|Albert "Bert" Morris||Morris, Albert John||1914||Reference|