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Australian Imperial Force


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Australian Imperial Force

Australian Imperial Force

Australian Imperial Force

First Australian Imperial Force

Second Australian Imperial Force

LAMROCK, John (1859 - 1935), late 20th Batt. Australian Imperial Force

BEESTON, Joseph Livesley (1859 - 1921), Army Medical Corps, Australian Imperial Force

TUBB, Frederick Harold (died 1917), 7th Battalion Australian Imperial Force

WATSON, William Walter Russell (1875 - 1924), late 24th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force

WANLISS, Harold Boyd (1891 - 1917), 14th Infantry Battalion, Australian Imperial Force

WANLISS, David Sydney (1864 - 1943), late 5th Batt. (Victoria) Australian Imperial Force

KING, Giffard Hamilton Macarthur (1885 - 1956), late 1st Field Artillery Brigade, Australian Imperial Force; Accountant Taxation Dept, New South Wales

MACNAGHTEN, Charles Melville (1879 - 1931), late commanding 4th Batt. Australian Imperial Force; Accountant, Canadian Pacific Railway Company

FOSTER, Comdt) William James (1881 - 1927), commanding 2nd Cavalry Brigade since 1927; late Brigade-Major, Staff Australian Imperial Force

HURLEY, Lionel James (1879 - 1955), Member Commonwealth Film Censorship Board, 1928–49, retired; late Deputy-Director, Migration and Settlement, Commonwealth of Australia; late ADOS, Australian Imperial Force, London

THROSSELL, Hugo Vivian Hope (1884 - 1933), late Capt. 10th Light Horse Regt, Australian Imperial Force; Manager Land Department, W. Thomas & Co. (W. A.), Ltd, Warwick House, Perth

GARLAND, David John (1864 - 1939), Gold Cross of Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem (Greek Orthodox); Order of Merit, K. Charles, M; Rector of Ithaca, Brisbane; Rural Dean of Brisbane; formerly Senior Chaplain, Military Forces, Queensland; late Principal Resident Chaplain (rank of Col) Australian Imperial Force

 

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(see also Anzac). Australian Imperial Force was the name given to the volunteer expeditionary forces sent overseas by Australia in two world wars. The Defence Act (1903) precluded service ...

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