Australia has been fighting in wars for most of its
history, and unfortunately many Australian soldiers
have given their lives in the protection of their
Military records have been saved throughout the years,
and together with war records they preserve the past
and tell the stories of the Australia’s military
Whether you are looking for records from the
Australian Military, Army, Royal Navy, Defence Force
or Air Force, this is your portal to the past.
With military & war records dating back to the
early 20th century and the First World War (ww1),
our extensive database is at your disposal.
which are available in our online database refer
to all people served in the Australian defence
force during the years, thee files can contain
one or more of the following details:
How Can Military Records Assist in Locating Family Members?
# Soldier's first, middle and last name
# Service Number
# Date of birth, born city
# War participation (including SID and years)
These records can also contain historical information
about a specific soldier, his background information,
the soldier's service and pension records (if these
are available) and might even include prisoner rolls.
The Australian military records can be used to find
out information about almost any
information about battles dates and outcomes, and can
even help, in some cases, to locate the gravesites of
your loved ones that were lost in combat, and their
Not many people know this fact, but sometimes people
succeed to find out valuable information about their
through military records or even in online public
records. These files contain valuable information,
which would probably have never been found otherwise.
Which Records Can Be Found in Our Database?
Another valuable source are the Australian war
memorial records, which are a great way to connect
with a person's past, and may help people to find
out the truth about their loved ones who served
their country in order to protect its citizens.
For those of you who are trying to assemble a family
tree, there is no better way than to use our
Australian people search engine
but if this search is not fruitful, one of the best
and most effective ways is to use the Australian war
records, which in many cases will allow Australians
to get access to information they looked for a very
Today the number of active personal in the Australian
defence force is around 58,000 soldiers, but since
its foundation in 1901 there were many who served
their countries, and this online database includes
records from all Australia's wars, including:
world war I,
world war II
, Vietnam war and our databases also include records
Australian Military, Australian Navy, Australian Air
Force, Australian War Memorial Records, Australian
Royal Navy, and other Australian War Records as well.
How Were Australian War Records Collected in The First Place?
Our database include files, records and information
from land, sea and air forces databases, thus, when
running an online search query, one may get access
to the following stored files:
# Military Board records
# Records created by the Directorate of Military
# Files from the Army Inventions Directorate
# Records concerning the Women’s Royal Australian
# War diaries (Australian War Memorial)
# Army photographic collections (National Archives
# Royal Australian Navy Records
# Ship plans and specifications
# Records on Naval Intelligence
# Royal Australian Air Force Records
Access to these specific records may enable the
Australian public and also to others who are
interested in getting access to these files, to
get information about soldiers who served
Australia faithfully, but didn't leave any memory
or bits of information behind them.
In addition to military and army records, this
unique database also contains historical
information such as genealogy records and ancestry
records which may can also contain information that
could contribute to understanding a family's
Well, the answer is quite simple - during World
War I the Australian government established the
Australian War Records
Section (also known as AWRS) of the Australian army,
which will celebrate its 100th birthday in 5 years
from today. Not many people know that fact, but
formally the AWRS was established in May of 1917,
and grew to include over 600 military and civilian
How Do I Access The Army Records I Am Looking For?
As history shows, the AWRS department appointed to
be responsible for collecting soldiers war records,
and then they made all they can to expand this
database in order to preserve any and all records
that were relevant to the Australia’s military
experience throughout the years.
Between the remainders of
World War I
it amassed more than 25,000 different documents,
private files, pictures, photographs, and other
memorabilia, which have become over the years -
vital documents with an enormous value.
You should know that a couple of years after the
AWRS was established, another related decision was
made by the Australian government. Thus, almost 100
years ago the Australian government decided, only
two years after the foundation of the AWRS to
establish a new Australian institution, which
was named the "Australian War Memorial", and it
was founded during 1919.
Today, if we want to look at everything from above,
the memorial is comprised of three parts, one of
which is the research centre where all the war
memorial records are kept for generations, and this
is the place where people can go in order to get
some information about their loved ones.
Not many people know, but these Australian war records
can be easily detected by running a quick search query
of any soldier's name in the search box located at the
upper part of this online page. All you need to do in
order to start the search process is to insert the
soldier's first and last name and click on the "search"
button, and then you will immediately stand at the
doorstep full of information.
If you are looking for army or military records of the
people who live (or lived) in Australia - you should
know that you've got to the right place! All you have to
do in order to start the search process is to enter the
first and last name of the person you wish to find
information about into the search box located at the
top of this page, and click the "search" button.
Retrieving Military Records
from that point you can give the
Australian-people-records.com online smart search engine
to do the rest of the work for you, as it will direct
you to the order page where you will be able to choose
the membership plan that will fit you best.
This unique website offers an easy access to Australian
records, when the information presented in this website's
databases contains many pieces of information regarding
war records that are related to the
Australian military services
files which were gathered throughout the years.
This website's technical team has worked tirelessly to
establish a complete and convenient set of army records
for the many curious
of Australia's brave military heroes.
In the past it could be a very complicated process of mailing in record
requests and filling out paperwork. Sometimes delays in receiving your
records could be as long as several months, in other words, a person
looking for information might have given up during the long process of
locating the pieces of information.
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But in the last decade things have changed and today, a simple click of
the mouse will allow you to learn the history of your father, grandfather,
or great-grandfather within seconds by browsing the
Australian military records
Think of it as a way to connect with your roots and pay tribute to those
who fought for you and for your country. The greatest tragedy that can
befall a fallen soldier is to be forgotten!
Access your Australian military records today and make sure that it never
happens to the special soldier in your life. Whether it is army records,
war records, navy records or military records (including ww1 records & ww2
records) – we have it all !
This unique databases can be accessed from anywhere in the world and can
supply the needed information regarding military or army files, in less
than 60 seconds and its availability is 24/7.