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Australian WW1 Service Records online


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I was going to say:

You're better off going directly through the National Archives of Australia website and using Namesearch http://www.naa.gov.au/collection/search/index.aspx

But it now seems that a login is required. This is new and I have emailed NAA to ask why.

There is a box that asks you to login etc but you just bypass that and carry on as normal. At least that is what I did 5 minutes ago and had no problem accessing ww1 records.

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Hi

Yes you don't need to log in, but if you do it saves all of your searches, so you can easily look them up in the future.

But if you don't want that, just go in as a guest and it is as normal

regards

Robert

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What a frivolous reply

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The details are from the NAA however the site allows you to look at a town or region and find details of those who enlisted from that town or their stated locality. So if you are reserching people from a town it saves a lot of time (I believe) in confirming which person it is you are looking for, for instance reserching names on a memorial, which is what I am currentlu doing to put faces to names to greate a photo montage honour board.

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