Remembering our fallen soldiers

This page provides links to online memorials for the fallen soldiers' (whether they have a known grave or not). Each battalion involved in the November 5th attack have their own memorial page. I have also included a page for any other Australian soldier that died around November 5th.

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Triangle Attack Battalion's
Online Memorial Pages

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1st

Click to go to the memorial page
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3rd

Click to go to the memorial page
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Maze Attack Battalion's
Online Memorial Pages

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25th

Click to go to the memorial page
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26th

Click to go to the memorial page
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27th

Click to go to the memorial page
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28th

Click to go to the memorial page
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24th

Click to go to the memorial page

Other A.I.F. Soldiers

Gueudecourt Memorial Garden

Gueudecourt Memorial Garden
Plaques in the memorial garden
100th anniversary plaque
1st Battalion plaque
3rd Battalion plaque
25th Battalion plaque
26th Battalion plaque
27th Battalion plaque
28th Battalion plaque

100th Anniversary

As my great-grandfather (Thomas Rutherford) fought in the 1st battalion and this is where my researching all began.

The 1st battalion soldiers' each have a personal page where family members can have any items linked to the soldier uploaded to. I also have on these pages links to the various military files for the soldier and I have placed a photograph of the headstone or memorials in France. I will eventually make the same pages for the other soldiers.