The Soldiers Walk, Queens Domain, Hobart



Australian National Dictionary Centre: Australian Slang of the First World War
Fascinating, funny and grim: what is ANZAC soup? A broken doll? A bum brusher?   Search no more.

The Ballarat Avenue of Honour (Vic)
The first and largest of the Avenues

Bacchus Marsh Avenue (Victoria)
This includes some basic information about the Avenue.

Digby (Victoria)
This site includes general information about local memorials and Rolls of Honour from both World Wars.

War Memorials of Western Australia
This is organised on a regional basis and includes most of the war memorials in Western Australia.   It includes some references of Avenues of Honour but they are not separately listed.   Constantly updated.

Ballarat and District Genealogical Society
As well as being of interest to those with genealogical interests, the site includes links to Avenue sites at Digby and Hotspur among others.

Saskatoon Canada
The last of the Canadian memorial avenues, the next-of-Kin Avenue includes trees for deceased of all twentieth century wars and also includes general memorial trees for units, unionists and occupations.

Kingston (Vic) Friends of the Avenue site

War Memorials in Australia
Not so much a site as a set of links to all important war memorial sites in Australia.   It also includes other links of interest and a bibliography.

Imperial War Museum UK Inventory of War Memorials

Friends of War Memorials (UK)
A UK based charity dedicated to the preservation of war memorials, extensive site and good links to numerous unit and museum sites.



Research links

Australian War Memorial

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

National Archives of Australia

World War 2 Nominal Roll

Office of Australian War Graves










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