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Lieut. W.G. Skelton, Canterbury Battalion, NZEF

Lieut. W.G. Skelton, NZEF

References - Books

Following are some of the sources drawn upon for the information contained in the database of Anzac soldiers who died at, or as the result of their service on, the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915. The many newspapers consulted are not yet included.




Not all references are complete. Where a detail needs to be checked, this is indicated by the word CHECK in the space to which it refers. This is solely for my information, in order that I can update the page.

There are a number of references which I have used in addition to those listed, but which are not yet included.


Lieut. T.N.W. Hill, AIF

Lieut. T.N.W. Hill, AIF



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1st Field Ambulance A.A.M.C. Four Years With The First. 1st Field Ambulance, Belgium 1919.

A Returned Soldier. Recollections of Gallipoli France and Flanders. Gay & Tout, Melbourne 1918.

Aberdeen Grammar School. Aberdeen Grammar School Roll of Pupils 1795 - 1919. unknown publisher, unknown place 19.

Adam-Smith, P. The Anzacs. Thomas Nelson Australia, Melbourne 1985.

Affleck, J. Geelong Grammarians at the Great War. Cliffe Books & Geelong Grammar Foundation, Melbourne 1999.

Ah Kow, A. William McKenzie, M.C., O.B.E., O.F. Anzac Padre. Salvationist Publishing & Supplies, London 1949.

Alexander, H. M. On Two Fronts : being the adventures of an Indian mule corps in France and Gallipoli . Heinemann, London 1917.

Aliferi Picture Service. The Dardanelles. An Epic told in Pictures. the authors, London c.1916.

Anderson, P. D. Moreton Regiment 1886. First Regiment of Queensland. Peter D. Anderson, Brisbane 1986.

Andrews, H. J. The History of Eltham, New Zealand. Cradle of the Dairy Export Industry. Eltham Burough Council, Eltham 1959.

Annabel, N. Official history of the New Zealand Engineers During the Great War 1914-1919 : a Record of the Work Carried Out By the Field Companies, Field Troops, Signal Troop, And Wireless Troop, During the Operations in Samoa (1914-15); Egypt, Gallipoli, Sinai ... . Evans, Cobb & Sharpe, Wanganui 1927.

Anonymous. Primus In Armis. Journal of the Taranaki Regiment. Taranaki Daily News, New Plymouth 1936.

Anonymous (Limb, A). History of the 10th Battalion, A.I.F. 1914 - 1918. Cassell & Co. Ltd., Melbourne 1919.

Aspinall-Oglander, C. F. History of the Great War, Military Operations, Gallipoli. Volumes 1 & II. Imperial War Museum, London, Nashville 1992 (Reprint).

Auckland University College. A Book To Commemorate The Fiftieth Anniversary of the founding of Auckland University College. Auckland University College Students’ Association, Auckland 1933.

Austin, R.J. As Rough As Bags : The History Of the 6th Battalion, 1st A.I.F., 1914 - 1919. RJ & SP Austin, McCrae Vic 1992.

Austin, R. J. Bold - Steady - Faithful, The History of the 6th Battalion, The Royal Melbourne Regiment, 1854 - 1993. 6th Battalion Association, Melbourne 1993.

Austin, R. J. Cobbers In Khaki. The History of the 8th Battalion, 1914 - 1918. Slouch Hat Publications, Rosebud, Vic 1997.

Austin, R. J. Forward Undeterred, The History of the 23rd Battalion, 1915-1919. Slouch Hat Publications, McCrae, Victoria 1998.

Austin, R. J. The White Gurkhas. Slouch Hat Publications, McCrae, Victoria 1989.

Austin, R. J. The White Gurkhas. The 2nd Australian Infanty Brigade at Krithia, Gallipoli. Slouch Hat Publications, McRae, Victoria 2000.

Australian Army. The Defence Act 1903 - 1939 & Regulations and Orders for the Australian Military Forces and Senior Cadets. Government Printer, Melbourne 1940.

Australian Military Board. Light Horse Manual (Australia). Government Printer, Melbourne 1907.

Australian War Memorial. A Chronological Guide to Official Records in the Australian War Memorial's Collections. Australian War Memorial, Canberra 1993.

Australian War Memorial. Guide to Australian War Memorial. Halstead Press (Printer), Sydney 1949.

Baker, A. Battle Honours of the British and Commonwealth Armies. Ian Allen, Surrey 1986.

Balliol College. Balliol College War Memorial Book Vol. 1 and Vol. 2. unknown publisher, unknown place unknown date.

Bank of NSW. Bank of New South Wales Roll of Honour. Bank of NSW, Sydney 1921.

Bannister, C. 7000 Brave Australians. A History of the Royal Humane Society of Australasia 1874 - 1994. Royal Humane Society of Australasia, Cheltenham, Victoria 1996.

Barker, T. Signals. A History of the Royal Australian Corps of Signals 1788 - 1947. Royal Australian Corps of Signals Committee, Canberra 1987.

Barrett, J. W. & Deane, P. E. The Australian Army Medical Corps in Egypt; An Illustrated and Detailed Account of the Early Organisation and Work of the Australian Medical Units in Egypt in 1914-1915. H.K. Lewis, London 1918.

Batchelder, A. Playing the Greater Game; The Melbourne Cricket Club and its Ground in World War 1. MP Publications, Brighton, Melbourne

Bates, I. B. Commanders, Queensland mounted units 1860-1940. Victoria Barracks Museum and Historical Society, Milton, Qld 1990.

Baylebridge, W. An Anzac Muster. Angus & Robertson, Sydney 1962.

Bean, C. E. W. Gallipoli Mission. Australian War Memorial, Canberra 1952.

Bean, C. E. W. Here, My Son. An account of the Independent and other Corporate Boys' Schools of Australia. Angus & Robertson, Sydney 1950.

Bean, C. E. W. The Official History of Australia in the War of 1914-1918, Volume 1: The Story of Anzac: The First Phase. Angus & Robertson, Sydney 1939.

Bean, C. E. W. The Official History of Australia in the War of 1914-1918, Volume 2: From 4 May 1915, to the Evacuation of the Gallipoli Peninsula. Angus & Robertson, Sydney 1939.

Bean, C. E. W. Two Men I Knew, William Bridges and Brudenell White, Founders of the A.I.F.. Angus & Robertson, Sydney 1957.

Bean, C.E.W. (ed). The ANZAC Book. Cassell, London 1916.

Beaumont, J. (ed). Australia's War, 1914 - 18. Allen & Unwin, St. Leonard's NSW 1995.

Beeston, J. L. Five Months At Anzac. A Narrative of Personal Experiences of the Officer Commanding the 4th Field Ambulance, Australian Imperial Force. Angus & Robertson, Sydney 1916.

Beevor, M.F. My landing on Gallipoli. Privately printed, Australia year unknown.

Belford, Walter C.. Legs Eleven. Imperial Printing Co. Ltd., Perth 1940.

Bell, A.D. (ed). An ANZAC'S War Diary. Rigby, Sydney 1981.

Bennett, S. Gallipoli : the heroic story of the Australasians at Anzac : complete official & other accounts illustrated. Evening News Office, Sydney 1916.

Benson, Sir I. B. The Man With The Donkey. John Simpson Kirkpatrick the Good Samaritan of Gallipoli. Hodder & Stoughton, London 1965.

Berrie, George L. Under Furred Hats (6th A.L.H. Regt.). WC Penfold, Sydney 1919.

Berrie, George Lawrence. Morale, A Story of Australian Light Horsemen. Holland & Stephenson, Sydney 1949.

Bickell, L.. In Search of Frank Hurley. Macmillan, Melbourne 1980.

Binks, H. M. The 2/11th (City of Perth) Australian Infantry Battalion. Privately published, Perth 1984.

Birdwood, W. Khaki and Gown - an autobiography. Ward Lock, London 1941.

Blackwell, Frank M. & Douglas, D.R. The Story of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Regiment. Third Light Horse Regimental Club, Adelaide 1950.

Blackwell, P. I. The Royal Australian Naval Brigade 1914 - 1920. Caboinka Press (Printer) for the author, location not stated 1996.

Blainey, G., Morrissey, J. & Hulme, S. E. K. Wesley College; The First Hundred Years. The President & Council, Wesley College, Melbourne 1967.

Boas, H. Australian Jewry Book of Honour. The Great War 1914 - 1918. Lamson Paragon, Perth 1923.

Box, A. A Soldier In The Family: A Source Book for Australian Military Genealogy: The First Fleet to the Gulf War. Monash University, Gippsland Campus Vic 1994.

Box, A. The best fellows anyone could wish to meet. George Auchterlonie and the 8th Light Horse Regiment. A. Box, Leongatha, 2nd ed. unknown date.

Box, A. Victoria's Diggers. A history of each Victorian military unit which has served overseas from 1860 to 1945. Box Military Books, Leongatha, Victoria 1995.

Bradley, J. et al.. Roll Call! Guide to Genealogical sources in the Australian War Memorial. Australian War Memorial, Canberra 1986.

Brahms, V.. The Spirit of the 42nd. 42nd Battalion Association, Brisbane 1938.

Breed, F. (ed.). From Gallipoli with love 1915. Letters from the Anzacs of the Wimmera.. MLA Society, Donald, Victoria 1993.

Brenchley, F. & Brenchley, E. Stoker's Submarine. Australia's Daring Raid on the Dardanelles on the Day of the Gallipoli Landing. Harper Collins, Sydney 2001.

Brereton, C. B. [Major]. Tales of Three Campaigns. Selwyn & Blount, London 1926.

Brereton, F. S. At Grips With The Turk. Blackie & Son, London n.d..

Brisbane Grammar School. Brisbane Grammar School Magazine. Brisbane Grammar School, Brisbane Various.

British Intelligence. Handbook of the Turkish Army. Imperial War Museum, Battery Press and Articles of War, London, Nashville and Skokie 1996 (reprint).

Broinowski, L. (ed.). Tasmania's War Record 1914 - 1918. Gov't of Tasmania by J. Walch & Sons Ltd., Hobart 1921.

Bruce, J.B. & Nathaniel, E. Anzac Day: Australia's forces in war and peace. Kangaroo Press, Roseville, Sydney 1999.

Brugger, S. Australians and Egypt 1914 - 1919. Melbourne University Press, Melbourne 1980.

Buckley, M. Sword and Lance - the story of the Richmond River horsemen who were members of the Upper Clarence Light Horse, the Richmond River Light Horse, E and G Troops of the New South Wales Regiment of Volunteer Cavalry, 4th Squadron New South Wales Lancers. The author, by Northern Star Printers, Lismore 1988.

Buckley, M. The Scottish Rifles in Northern New South Wales. Northern Star, Lismore n.d.

Buley, E.C.. Glorious Deeds of Australasians in the Great War. Andrew Melrose Ltd., London 1915.

Burgess, P. Warco. Australian Reporters at War. William Heinemann, Richmond, Victoria 1986.

Burness, P. The Nek, The Tragic Charge of the Light Horse at Gallipoli. Kangaroo Press, Kenthurst, Sydney 1996.

Burton, 2nd Lieut. O.E. The Auckland Regiment. Whitcombe & Tombs, Auckland 1922.

Burton, O. E. The Silent Division. New Zealanders at the front: 1914-1919. Angus & Robertson, Sydney 1935.

Bush, E. W. Gallipoli. Allen & Unwin, London 1975.

Butler, A.G. Downes, R. M. & Maguire, F. A. Official History of the Australian Army Medical Services 1914 - 1918. Vol. 1 Gallipoli Palestine and New Guinea. Australian War Memorial, Melbourne 1930.

Byrne, Lieut. A.E.. Official History of the Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F. in the Great War, 1914 - 1918. Wilkie & Co., Dunedin n.d.

Byrne, Lieut. J.R.. New Zealand Artillery in the Field 1914 - 1918. Whitcombe & Tombs, Auckland 1922.

'C.P.S'. Souvenir of 1st Battalion 5th Australian Infantry Regt. Chas. Steele & Co., Melbourne 1912.

Callwell, C. E. The Dardanelles. Constable, London 1919.

Campbell, F.H. et al (eds). Otago Boys' High School Old Boys' Register. Otago Boys' High School Old Boys' Society, Dunedin 1953.

Campbell, F.H., Watter, W.F., Allan, J. & Gillman, A.J. (eds). Old Boys’ Register. Otago Boys’ High School Old Boys Society, Dunedin 1938.

Campbell, F. H., Watter, W. F., Allan, J. & Gillman, A. J. (eds). Old Boys’ Register [Otago Boys' High School]. Otago Boys’ High School Old Boys Society, Dunedin 1938.

Carberry, Lieut. Col. A.D.. The New Zealand Medical Services in The Great War, 1914 - 1918. Whitcombe & Tombs, Auckland 1924.

Carlyon, L. Gallipoli. Pan Macmillan, Sydney 2001.

Carnegie, M. & Shields, F. In Search of Breaker Morant. Balladist and Bushveldt Carbineer. Graphic Books, Melbourne 1979.

Carthew, N. Voices From the Trenches. Letters To Home. New Holland, Sydney 2002.

Carver H G. A Brief History of Wanganui Collegiate School. Wanganui Herald, Wanganui NZ 1931.

Cassar, G. H. The French and the Dardanelles. Allen & Unwin 1971.

Cavill, H.W. Imperishable Anzacs ; A Story of Australia’s Famous First Brigade from the diary of Pte Harold Walter Cavill No. 27 1 Bn.. William Brooks & Co. Ltd., Sydney 1916.

Chamberlain, D. J. History of the Bathurst Contingents 1868-1987. D. Chamberlain, Bathurst 1987.

Chapman, I. Iven G. Mackay Citizen and Soldier. Melway, Melbourne 1975.

Charlton, P.. Australians on the Somme; Pozieres 1916. Methuen, Sydney 1986.

Charterhouse. Charterhouse: Charterhouse Register. unknown publisher, unknown place unknown date.

Charters Towers Patriotic Committee. Souvenir, Australia Day Charters Towers, August 28th 1915. Charters Towers Patriotic Committee, Charters Towers 1915.

Chataway, Lieutenant T. P. History of the 15th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, War 1914 - 1918. William Brooks and Co., Brisbane 1948.

Cherry, N. I Shall Not Find His Equal. Brigadier N. Lee, the Manchester Regiment. Fleur de Lys, Chippenham 2001.

Clutterbuck, L. A. The Bond of Sacrifice. A Biographical Record of all British Officers who fell in the Great War Volume 2. The Proprietor, High Holborn, London 1915.

Coffee, Frank. In Memento of the Late Lieutenant Frank M. Coffee of the 24th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force. Frank Coffee, Sydney 1916.

Collett, H. B. The 28th: A Record of War Service With the Australian Imperial Force, 1915 - 1919. Trustees, Public Library, Museum & Art Gallery of WA, Perth 1922.

Colonial Sugar Refineries.. A Record of War Service of Members of the Staff. John Sands Ltd. [Printers], Sydney 1919.

Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney Ltd. Roll of Honour of the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney Ltd. 1914 - 1918. Commercial Banking Co, Sydney Ltd., Sydney 1922.

Corbett. Official History of the War. Naval Operations Vol. III (Maps). Longmans, London n.d.

Corbett, D. A. The Regimental Badges of New Zealand ...being a Concise Illustrated History of the Badges Worn By the Militia, Volunteer and Territorial Corps Which Were the Proud Forerunners of the New Zealand Army.. Pelorus Press, Auckland 1970.

Corfield, R. S. Don't forget me, cobber. The Battle of Fromelles, 19/20 July 1916. Corfield & Co., Rosanna, Victoria 2000.

Cossum, J. K. Australian Army Badges. A Collector's Reference Guide Part 2 1900 - 1930. Ye Olde Curiosity Shop, Haberfield, NSW 1983.

Cotton. H. The History of the Ballarat High School 1907 - 1947.. High School Advisory Council, Ballarat 1947.

Cowan, J. The Maoris in the Great War. A History of the New Zealand Native Contingent and Pioneer Battalion. Whitcombe and Tombs, Auckland 1926.

Cramp, K. R. Australian Winners of the Victoria Cross in the Great War 1914 - 19. McCarron, Stewart & Co. Ltd., Sydney 1919.

Craven, 'Digger' & Blackledge W. J. Peninsula of Death. Sampson Low, Marston & Co., London c.1936.

Creagh, O. & Humphris, E. M. The Distinguished Service Order 1886 - 1923. J. B. Hayward & Sons, London 1978.

Creagh, O & Humphris, E.M. The Victoria Cross 1856 - 1920. J.B. Hayward & Son, Polstead, Suffolk 1985.

Cull, W. A. At All Costs. Australian Authors' Agency, Melbourne 1919.

Cumberland Argus. Parramatta District Soldiers In The Great War 1914 - 1919. Cumberland Argus, Parramatta 1920.

Cunningham, Col. W.H. The Wellington Regiment N.Z.E.F. 1914 - 1919. Ferguson & Osborn Ltd., Wellington 1928.

Cutlack, F. M. The Australian Flying Corps. University of Queensland Press, Brisbane 1983.

Darley, Major. T. H. With The 9th Light Horse In The Great War. The Hassell Press, Adelaide 1924.

Davies H. Allanson of the 6th. Square One Publications, Worcester 1990.

Day, C. Anzac. Creative Art & Press, Sydney 1965.

de Ruvigny, The Marquis. The Roll of Honour. A Biographical Record of All Members of His Majesty's Naval and Military Forces Who Have Fallen in the War. Standard Art Book Co. Ltd., London 1916.

Dean, A. & Gutteridge, E. W. The Seventh Battalion A.I.F.; Resume of Activities of the Seventh Battalion in the Great War - 1914-1918. W. & K. Purbrick, Melbourne 1933.

Dean, E.T. War Service Record of First Australian Field Artillery Brigade. publisher unknown, place unknown unknown date.

Denham, H. M. Dardanelles. A Midshipman's Diary 1915-16. John Murray, London 1981.

Dening, Greg. Xavier - A Centenary Portrait. Old Xaverians Assoc., Armadale, Vic 1978.

Denning, R. H. My Dear Mother: a letter from a soldier after Gallipoli. Yass & District Historical Society Inc., Yass, NSW 1998.

Dennis, P., Grey, J., Morris, E. & Prior, R. The Oxford companion to Australian military history. Oxford University Press, Melbourne 1999.

Denton, K. Gallipoli; One Long Grave. Time-Life, Sydney 1986.

Department of Defence (Army Office). Army Colour Patch Register 1915 - 1949. Department of Defence (Army Office), Canberra 1993.

Dinning, H. Nile to Aleppo. With the Light-Horse in the Middle East. Allen & Unwin, London 1920.

Dollman, W. & Skinner, H. M. The Blue and Brown Diamond A History of the 27th Battalion Australian Imperial Force 1915 - 1919. Lonnen & Cope, Adelaide 1921.

Donnell, A. Letters of an Australian Army Sister. Angus & Robertson, Sydney 1920.

Doull, D. (Lieut). A Story Of Gallipoli (With the 5th Brigade). J.A. Packer, Printer, Sydney 1916.

Dragon School Oxford. Memorials of Old Boys and Masters who gave their lives in the Great War. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1922.

Drake-Brockman, Geoffrey. The Turning Wheel. Paterson Brokensha Pty Ltd, Perth 1960.

Drew, Lieut. H. T. B. The War Effort of New Zealand, Official History of New Zealand's Effort in the Great War, Vol. IV. Whitcombe & Tombs, Auckland 1923 .

Duckers, P. British Campaign Medals 1815 - 1914. Shire Publications, Princes Risborough, Bucks. 2000.

Duckers, P. British Campaign Medals 1914 - 2000. Shire Publications, Princes Risborough, Bucks. 2001.

Dunlop, A.R. & Dakin A.E. (eds). Southland Boys’ High School Old Boys’ Register. Southland Boys’ High School Old Boys’ Association, Invercargill 1958.

Durham School. Durham: The War Record of Old Dunelmians 1914 - 1919. unknown publisher, unknown place unknown date.

Dymond, S. Researching British Military Medals. A Practical Guide. Crowood Press, Ramsbury, Wiltshire 1999.

Earl of Liverpool (Governor of New Zealand - Compiler). The New Zealand Hospital Ship 'Maheno'; The First Voyage July, 1915, to January, 1916. Whitcombe & Tombs, Auckland 1916.

Earl of Liverpool (Governor of New Zealand - Compiler). The Voyages of His Majesty's New Zealand Hospital Ships 'Marama' and 'Maheno'; 2nd Volume. Whitcombe & Tombs, Auckland 1917.

Earl of Liverpool (Governor of New Zealand - Compiler). The Voyages of His Majesty's New Zealand Hospital Ships 'Marama' and 'Maheno'; 3rd Volume. Whitcombe & Tombs, Auckland 1918.

East, (Sir) Ronald (ed). The Gallipoli Diary of Sergeant Lawrence of the Australian Engineers 1st A.I.F. 1915. Melbourne University Press, Melbourne 1981.

Eastbourne College. Eastbourne: Eastbourne College Roll of War Service 1914 - 18. unknown publisher, unknown place unknown date.

Edgar, W. J. Veldt to Vietnam. Old Haleians' Association, Wembley Downs WA 1994.

Edgar, W. J. Veldt to Vietnam (Haleians At War). Old Halieans' Association, Wembley Downs, WA 1994.

Edinburgh Academy. Edinburgh Academy: War Supplement to Edinburgh Academy Register 1921. unknown publisher, unknown place unknown date.

Education Department of Victoria. The Education Department's Record of War Service 1914 - 1919. Education Department of Victoria, Melbourne 1921.

Edwards, Harold R. G. The Trusty One. Assembly Press, Slacks Creek, Q 1985.

Elliott, J. (compiler). The Maryborough Central State School Anzacs. Maryborough Central State School, Maryborough 2002.

Ellis, R. F. By Wires to Victory. 1st NZEF Divisional Signal Company War History Committee, Auckland 1968.

Erickson, E. J. Ordered to Die. A History of the Ottoman Army in the First World War. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT 2001.

Erickson, Rica. Dictionary of Western Australians 1829 - 1914. University of Western Australia Press, Nedlands WA 1986.

Eton School. Eton: List of Etonians Who Fought in the Great War. unknown publisher, unknown place unknown date.

Evans, G. V. Recollections of the 1914 - 1918 War. The author (privately published), Spring Hill Q 1982.

Facey, A. B. A Fortunate Life. Penguin, Melbourne 1981.

Fairclough, H. Equal To The Task. Par Oneri. The History of the Royal Australian Army Service Corps. F.W. Cheshire, Melbourne 1962.

Fallon, Captain D. The Big Fight (Gallipoli to the Somme). W J Watt & Co, New York 1918.

Fasih, M. Gallipoli 1915; Bloody Ridge (Lone Pine) Diary of Lt. Mehmed Fasih, 5th Imperial Ottoman Army Gallipoli 1915. Denizler Kitabevi, Istanbul 2001.

Fenwick, Lieutenant Colonel P. C. Gallipoli Diary. David Ling Publishing Limited, Auckland 2000.

Ferguson, Captain David. The History Of The Canterbury Regiment New Zealand Expeditionary Force 1914 - 1919. Whitcombe & Tombs, Auckland 1921.

Festberg, A. N. Australian Army Guidons and Colours. Allara Publishing, Melbourne 1972.

Festberg, A. N. Australian Army Insignia 1903 - 1966. MHSA, Bentleigh, Victoria 1967.

Festberg, A. N. Australian Army Lineage Book. MHSA, Melbourne 1966.

Festberg, A. N. Hat Badges of the Australian Army 1903 - 1930. Silverleaf Publishing, Melbourne 1981.

Festberg, A.N. & Videon, B. J . Uniforms of the Australian Colonies. Hill of Content, Melbourne 1971.

Fewster et al. A Turkish View of Gallipoli. Hodjan Resources, Melbourne 1985.

First Australian Infantry Regiment. Historical Record and Jubilee. The First Australian Infantry Regiment Militia (NSW). 1854 - 1904. John Sands, Sydney c. 1904.

FitzM. Stacke, H. (M.C.). Worcestershire: The Worcestershire Regiment in the Great War. unknown publisher, unknown place unknown date.

Flemming, K. (ed). A letter to Norah, on the death of an Anzac at Lone Pine. Escutcheon Press, Pearl Beach NSW 1993.

Flower, A.E. et al. (eds). The School List of Christ's College from 1850 to 1950. 6th ed.. Whitcomb & Tombs, Christchurch 1950.

Foster, W. J. Operations of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force in Palestine from 28th October, 1917, to 31st December, 1917. Government Printer, Melbourne 1924.

Fowler, J. E (Chook). Looking Backward. Roebuck Society, Canberra 1979.

Fowler, S. Spencer, W. & Tamblin, S. Army Service Records of the First World War. PRO Publications, Kew, Surrey 1997.

Fowler, Simon. Army Records For Family Historians. PRO Publications, London 1992.

Frame, T. R. The Shores of Gallipoli; Naval Aspects of the Anzac Campaign. Hale & Ironmonger, Alexandria [Sydney] NSW 2000.

Frame, T.R .& Swinden, G. J. First In, Last Out The Navy At Gallipoli. Kangaroo Press, Marrickville 1990.

Friends of Gore Hill Cemetery, The. Gore Hill Memorial Cemetery Biographies Vols 1 & 2. The Friends of Gore Hill Cemetery, Lindfield NSW 1994.

Gallishaw, J. Trenching at Gallipoli. A Personal Narrative of a Newfoundlander with the Illfated Dardanelles Expedition. A.L. Burt Co., New York 1916.

Gammage, B. The Broken Years. Penguin, Melbourne 1974.

Gariepy, P. "Oh Gill, This Was Hell On Earth..." A Register of the Men who Died at Gallipoli, 1915-1916, The Auckland Battalion, N.Z.E.F.. Patrick Gariepy, Eugene, Oregon 1998.

Gaskell, A. History of the Medical Unit of the Royal Naval Division from its inception to the Evacuation of Gallipoli. Publisher not stated, publication place not stated c.1916.

Gaunson, A. B. College Street Heroes: Old Sydneians in the Great War. Sydney Grammar School Press, Sydney 1998.

Geary, S. The Collingwood Battalion. Parsons, Hastings (UK) 1919.

Gerster, R. Big-Noting: The Heroic Theme in Australian War Writing. Melbourne University Press, Carlton 1987.

Gillam, J. Gallipoli Diary. Strong Oak Press with Tom Donovan, Stevenage, England 1989.

Gisboene Herald. In Memoriam. Chaplain-Major William Grant; Hos Letters from the Front. Gisborne Herald, Gisborne NZ 1915.

Glasgow Academy. Glasgow: Glasgow Academy Roll of Honour. unknown publisher, unknown place unknown date.

Glyde, K. Distingusihing Colour Patches of the Australian Military Forces 1915 - 1951. K Glyde, Claremont, Tasmania 1999.

Godley, A. G. Life of an Irish Soldier, Reminiscences of General Sir Alexander Godley. John Murray, London 1939.

Goodman, R. D. Queensland Nurses; Boer War to Vietnam. Boolarong, Brisbane 1985.

Goodman, Rupert. Our War Nurses The History of the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps 1902 - 1988. Boolarong, Brisbane 1988.

Gordon, L. L. British Battles and Medals. Gale & Polden, Aldershot 1950.

Gordon-Taylor, G. The Abdominal Injuries of Warfare. John Wright & Sons, Bristol 1939.

Gorman, E. With The Twenty-Second A History Of The Twenty-Second Bttalion, AIF. HH Champion, Melbourne 1919.

Graham, D.L. Downside: Downside and the War 1914 - 1919. Hudson & Kearns, London 1925.

Grant, Chaplain-Major William. In Memoriam, His Letters from the Front. Gisborne Herald, Gisborne NZ 1915.

Grant, J. R. Officers of the Western Australian Defence Force 1861 - 1901. John Burridge Military Antiques, Swanbourne WA unknown date.

Graves, R. Goodbye to All That. Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, Middlesex 1980.

Gray's Inn. Gray's Inn: War Book of Gray's Inn. unknown publisher, unknown place unknown date.

Grebert, R. The Australian Army Slouch Hat and Rising Sun Badge. NSW Military Historical Society, Mosman, NSW 2002.

Gullett, H. The Official History of Australia in the War of 1914-1918 Volume VII. The A.I.F. in Sinai and Palestine. University of Queensland Press, Brisbane 1944.

Gullett, H.and Barrett, C. (eds). Australia in Palestine. Angus & Robertson, Sydney 1919.

Haigh, J. B. Men of Faith and Courage, The Official History of the New Zealand Chaplains Department. The Word Publishers, Auckland 1983.

Hamilton, General Sir Ian. Gallipoli Diary (2 volumes). Edward Arnold, London 1920.

Hammond, Ernest W. History of the 11th Light Horse Regiment, Fourth Light Horse Brigade, Australian Imperial Forces, War 1914-1919. William Brooks, Brisbane 1942.

Hannan, E.F.. Twelve Months With The Anzacs. Watson, Ferguson & Co., Brisbane 1916.

Harney, W. E. Bill Harney’s War. Curry O'Neil Ross, Melbourne 1983.

Harper, B. (ed). Letters From Gunner 7/516 and Gunner 7/517. Anchor Communications, Wellington 1978.

Harrow School. Harrow: Harrow Memorials of the Great War Vol II - March 31 1915 - Sept 11 1915 & Vol III - Sept 13 1915 - July 3 1916. unknown publisher, unknown place unknown date.

Harvey, Norman K. From Anzac to the Hindenburg Line. The History of the 9th Battalion A.I.F. William Brooks & Co., Brisbane 1941.

Harvey, W.J. The Red and White Diamond (24th Battalion). Alexander McCubbin, Melbourne 1920.

Hay, I. The Ship of Rembrance. Gallipoli - Salonika. Hodder & Stoughton, London 1928[?].

Haythornthwaite, P. J. Gallipoli 1915, Frontal Assault on Turkey. Osprey, London 1991.

Henderson, B (Ed).. Monuments and Memorials. A Tribute to their Worth. Royal Australian Society Historical Register, Sydney 1988.

Henderson, K. T. Khaki and Cassock. Melville & Mullen, Melbourne 1919.

Herbert, A. Mons, Anzac & Kut. Hutchinson & Co. Ltd., London unknown date.

Higgins, T. Winston Churchill and the Dardanelles A Dialogue in Ends and Means. Macmillan, New York c.1963.

Higgins, W. Roll of Honour. Our Boys at the Front. New Zealand, 1914 - 1915. Empire Box Making Co., Wellington 1915.

Hill, A. Soldier Boy. Penguin, Sydney 2001.

Hoehling, A. A. Lonely Command. A Documentary. Cassell & Co., London 1957.

Hogue, Oliver. Love Letters Of An Anzac. Andrew Melrose Ltd., London 1916.

Holding, Norman. World War 1 Army Ancestry (2nd edition). Federation of Family History Societies, Birmingham 1991.

Holloway, D. Hooves, Wheels & Tracks. A history of the 4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment and its predecessors. Regimental Trustees, Fitzroy 1990.

Hubbard, N. "Almost A Martyr's Fire" Everard Digges La Touche (1883 - 1915). Nigel Hubbard, Australia 1984.

Hunter, D. My Corps Cavalry. A History of the 13th Australian Light Horse Regiment 1915-1918. Slouch Hat Publishing, McCrae, Victoria 1999.

Idriess, Ion L. The Desert Column. Angus & Robertson, Sydney 1938.

Imperial War Graves Commission. The War Dead Of The Commonwealth. Imperial War Graves Commission, London 1929.

Imperial War Graves Commission. War Cemeteries and the Care and Marking of War Graves. Imperial War Graves Commission, London[?] 1948.

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