The Memorial’s collection databases cover objects in our collection. Not all of these items are on display in our galleries.
Search our collections of:
- Sound recordings
- Private Records
- Military Heraldry
- Military Technology
Guides to selected private records, ephemera and film collections
A link to National Archives of Australia RecordSearch database.
Books, journals, maps and sheet music.
Browse images of selected Australian Army war diaries.
The Memorial has digitised 286 volumes of diaries, notebooks, and folders kept by Bean during and after the First World War and used by him to write the official history.
The Memorial’s biographical databases have been produced from names and associated information based on records in its collections.
As many of our website visitors are researching a person, we thought we'd try to make it easier to search for people in our collections. This provides a search mechanism that will help you by providing a list of only the relevant areas of the site & providing a "pre-configured search" to narrow down the results.
Details of members of the Australian armed forces who died while on active service.
Details of Australians who died while on active service with allied forces.
Commemorates all those members of the Australian Defence Force who have died on operations after 30 June 1947 designated as non-warlike service, and its equivalent, including Hazardous service or Peacekeeping service or humanitarian Peacetime service.
Details of Honours and Awards made or recommended to Australians while on active service (does not include information on campaign or service medals).
Digitised images of approximately 32,000 individual case files of Australian personnel reported as wounded or missing during the First World War.
Australian Military Forces [AMF] Prisoner of War and Missing, Far East and South West Pacific Islands
Details of approximately 23,000 AMF prisoners of war and missing personnel from operations in the Far East and South West Pacific Islands, as at 30 June 1944.