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BerichtGeplaatst: 13 Jun 2007 0:00    Onderwerp: WO1 Links over Australië/Nieuw Zeeland: Reageer met quote

WO1 Links over Australie/Nieuw-Zeeland:
http://www.awm.gov.au/histories/index.asp
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~sooty/awntitle.html
http://www.ae1submarine.com/
http://www.naa.gov.au/the_collection/recordsearch.html
http://www.webmatters.net/
http://www.anzacsite.gov.au/
http://www.plaques.satlink.com.au/


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9 Fromelles Diggers named

http://fffaif.wordpress.com/2008/06/29/same-digger/
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BerichtGeplaatst: 23 Jan 2010 8:09    Onderwerp: Re: WO1 Links over Australie/Nieuw-Zeeland: Reageer met quote

Emiel @ 13 Jun 2007 0:00 schreef:
WO1 Links over Australie/Nieuw-Zeeland:
...
http://www.australianflyingcorps.org/2002_1999/afc_history.htm
...


werkt niet meer, maar deze wél:

http://www.southsearepublic.org/2002_1999/afc_history.htm
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BerichtGeplaatst: 17 Apr 2010 11:23    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

Australian Battlefields of World War 1 - France

Introduction
It would be difficult these days to find an Australian who hasn't heard of Gallipoli. What many Australians fail to realise is that after this bitter and bloody campaign against Turkey many of these same troops were sent to France to fight on the Western Front of World War I. It is here that they made a significant contribution to the defeat of the German forces who had invaded France in 1914.

It is hoped that in some small way the information presented here can provide a better idea of the contribution that these men and women made. Now that many Australians are visiting the battlefields of northern France we hope that it also serves as an informative guide to the locations and the history of the region. For those who are interested in the touring the area please see the 2001 and 2009 travel diaries..

Mooi! http://www.anzacsinfrance.com/
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BerichtGeplaatst: 20 Jun 2010 20:04    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

State Library South Australia

South Australia - World War I
Anzac and Armistice Day
The Build Up
Comment on the War
Community Involvement
The Conflict
Conscription
Domestic Economy
Germans in Australia
Industrial Affairs
Memorials to the Fallen
Religion
Repatriation
Sport
Women and the War

http://www.slsa.sa.gov.au/manning/sa/ww1/germans.htm
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BerichtGeplaatst: 20 Aug 2010 8:26    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

Anzac Battlefields of World War One

http://www.anzacbattlefields.com/index.htm

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BerichtGeplaatst: 09 Dec 2010 23:42    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

Mooie link over HMAS Paramatta en meer over de Australische marine in WOI: http://www.navy.gov.au/HMAS_Parramatta_(I). Even copy-pasten want de snelkoppeling werkt niet, wellicht omdat het een overheidssite is.

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German Place Names - South Australia - World War I
Maureen M Leadbeater

During World War I anti-German feeling ran high in South Australia. Despite the Lutheran communities pledging support for the British Crown and those of German descent contributing to the Wounded Soldiers Fund, "Germans" were victimised. It mattered not if the German-born were naturalised or if an Australian-born were a third generation born in Australia.

The German newspaper, schools and clubs were closed. Many, particularly community leaders, were interned, at first on Torrens Island and later in New South Wales. Some internees had sons serving with the Australian Army and many of these were casualties of the war. Other "Germans" lost their jobs, leaving their families in financial difficulties. Hermann Robert Homburg, born 1874 in Norwood to a father who had arrived 20 years earlier, was forced to resign - and he was the Attorney-General!

By 1917 the anti-German frenzy had spread to German place names. A Nomenclature Committee was set up to make recommendations for changes from names of "foreign enemy origin" to British or South Australian native names. Some suggested names were altered by the Government. The Nomenclature Act was passed in late 1917 and the final list of sixty-nine South Australian place name changes were gazetted in January 1918. Some names were translations into English, eg Steinfeld to Stonefield, Bethanien to Bethany. Others were given an aboriginal name, eg Friedrichswalde to Tarnma, Mount Ferdinand to Mount Warrabillinna. Other names commemorated the battles in France eg Verdun, Polygon Ridge, Jutland, or the names of Australian military leaders, eg Haig, Allenby, Jellicoe.

Yet the committee overlooked some German names. The capital city, Adelaide, had been named for the German-born wife of King William IV. Sedan was noted at the time as the name of a German victory in the 1870 War. However a newspaper correspondent explained that it commemorated the French defeat rather than the German victory!

Hahndorf, which had been changed to Ambleside, reverted to its original name in 1935. So it is possible that someone, according to the official records, was born and died in Hahndorf and married in Ambleside without changing his residence! Other place names were changed back in 1975 and 1986. Some of these places have been "swallowed" by nearby suburbs.

It is pleasing to note that in 1971 the Hundred of Bockelberg was proclaimed on Eyre Peninsula. George Baron Bockelberg, MP, was the Australian-born son of a German colonist, Fedor Baron Bockelberg. Another son, Felix Baron Bockelberg, was killed in action 3-5-1918 at Es Salt, Palestine. The naming is a step towards recognising and honouring the German settlers who contributed so much to South Australia and the nation.

There were also German place names changed in other states. The following is a list of the South Australian changes during WWI with the location and later changes noted. A date only in the later changes indicates when the placename reverted to its former German name.

Lees verder op http://www.ach.familyhistorysa.info/germanplacenames.html
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Engaged to Act on Another Front
A Working Paper describing the actions of Members of the New South Wales Legal Profession on Gallipoli

Tony Cunneen BA MA Dip Ed

Introduction
Legal history is not simply the accumulation of cases, decisions and statutes. Around this
framework swirl the private lives of the solicitors, barristers, judges, clerks and associated
professionals who worked in the law. A profession gains part of its character from the private lives
and experiences of its early members. Through its professional ancestors the New South Wales
legal fraternity is connected to a range of institutions – everything from sporting groups, schools,
universities and churches. One significant group has been the military. A practical demonstration of
the law’s connection to the military was the role its members played in the Great War of 1914 to
1918. The Great War haunts the chambers, corridors, conference rooms and lecture halls that house
the lawyers of today. Such places hold memories of the many members of the legal profession who
gave up the law to become soldiers. Some became senior officers. Others joined and served as
private soldiers, despite in some cases, their advanced age and professional status. Many were
killed.

http://www.forbessociety.org.au/documents/gallipoli.pdf

The Law at War (1916)
A Social History of the New South Wales Legal Profession in 1916

Tony Cunneen

Preamble
This work-in-progress report is the second in a series describing research
into the actions of members of the New South Wales Legal Profession in
World War One. It should be read in conjunction with the first in the
series, Engaged to Act on Another Front, available on the website of the
Forbes Society for Legal History. These papers are intended to stimulate
comment and further information about the characteristics of the legal
community’s involvement in World War I. Further papers will cover the
years 1917 to 1919.

http://www.forbessociety.org.au/documents/law_war.pdf
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Waiatarua: The Training Camp for the First Maori Contingent at Avondale (1914-1915)

“Between 1914 and 1918 part of the racecourse was used by the army,” according to The Challenge of the Whau. Of these wartime occupiers of Avondale’s most prominent area of green space, the ones likely to come to mind are the tunnelling company who had their initial army training on the racecourse in late 1915. But nearly 500 men preceded the Tunnellers, their training extending from October 1914 to February 1915 – New Zealand’s first Maori Contingent, the start of the Maori Battalion.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/7543194/The-Maori-Contingent-at-Avondale

Zie ook: http://www.forumeerstewereldoorlog.nl/viewtopic.php?p=339616#339616
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War, racism and industrial relations in an Australian mining town, 1916-1935.
Sarah Gregson
Economic and Labour Relations Review
Centre for Applied Economic Research and Industrial Relations Research Centre, 2007


Abstract: The goldmining town of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia has been the site of race rioting on three occasions--in 1916, 1919 and 1934. These outbursts have typically been examined as separate events, but, analysed together, they provide an opportunity to see racism, and anti-racism, as historical and social processes. In all these riots, returned soldiers, organised by a leadership often drawn from the Officer class, played a significant part in harassing migrants and promoting White Australia. Through this lens, an important corrective to the dominant explanation of the White Australia policy is suggested. While most historians of Australian racism portray immigration restriction as a demand successfully won by the labour movement in defence of white workers' jobs, the Kalgoorlie race riots expose a distinctly conservative case for employer divide and rule, anti-migrant propaganda and racist violence. Concomitantly, the local labour movement found that racial division among their ranks was a recipe for industrial defeat.

http://www.freepatentsonline.com/article/Economic-Labour-Relations-Review/201212649.html
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BerichtGeplaatst: 21 Okt 2011 9:15    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

ANZACS - They went with songs to the battle

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BerichtGeplaatst: 22 Okt 2011 17:58    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

New Zealand:

THE BELGIANS HAVE NOT FORGOTTEN

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WWI Pictorial Honour Roll of West Australians

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Mapping our Anzacs

http://mappingouranzacs.naa.gov.au/
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Australian War Memorial London

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BerichtGeplaatst: 28 Feb 2012 20:30    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

Overzicht van alle veldslagen waarin de Australiërs hebben gevochten, periode 1899-1920:

http://alh-research.tripod.com/Light_Horse/index.blog/1881801/battles-where-australians-fought-18991920/
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South Australian Aboriginal soldiers of the First World War

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The Spirits of Gallipoli
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BerichtGeplaatst: 20 Apr 2012 19:33    Onderwerp: The encyclopedia of new Zealand Reageer met quote

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Known at the time as the Great War and later as the ‘war to end all wars’, the First World War is the most traumatic event in New Zealand’s history. It involved a national effort unprecedented at that time, and it proved more costly, in terms of lives lost, than any other war New Zealand has fought. Of the 104,000 men and women who left New Zealand’s shores to take part in the war, nearly one in five did not return – a huge price for a country that at the time had just under a million inhabitants. The war had a far-reaching impact on New Zealand’s society and culture, but it also enhanced New Zealand’s sense of identity within the British Empire


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BerichtGeplaatst: 21 Apr 2012 7:26    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

Erg mooie site:

WELCOME TO THE WEBSITE OF THE
NEW ZEALAND ENGINEERS TUNNELLING COMPANY


This site is dedicated to the men who served with the New Zealand Engineers Tunnelling Company during the First World War. Between 1915 and 1919 the New Zealand Tunnellers forged a reputation of "big bearers who worked like hell" in the secret and silent war underground on the Arras front

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BerichtGeplaatst: 29 Apr 2012 9:16    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

New Zealand Memorials Register

http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/culture/nz-memorials-register

Here you will find information, accurate locations and images for over 900 memorials throughout the country.
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1st Australian Infantry Battalion
1st Brigade, 1st Division
1914 – 1919

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