Frederick Roy Hocking as a staff sergeant 23rd Infantry Battalion AIF, Gallipoli and France 1915-1918, interviewed by Dr Alistair Thomson
Maker: Hocking, Frederick Roy Thomson, Alistair Thomson, AlistairFrederick Roy Hocking (SERN (1810) as a staff sergeant 23rd Infantry Battalion AIF, Gallipoli and France 1915-1918.
Private Raymond W. Bisset relates his experiences in the 23rd Battalion and as a Prisoner of War (POW) during the First World War
Maker: Bisset, Raymond W Unknown Department of Veterans' Affairs, Victorian State OfficeRay Bisset discusses: early life; enlistment underage; departure to war; Gallipoli; Lone Pine; wounded; evacuated wounded to Egypt; sent to France; impressions of France and the French people; taken P...
Private Robert Comb MM (5708), 23rd Battalion AIF, 1916-1919, interviewed by Peter Rubinstein for "Voices From The Great War"
Maker: Rubinstein, PeterRobert Comb joined the AIF as a sixteen year old. He was awarded the Military Medal for his actions at Mont St Quentin in 1918. A transcript of this recording may be available. For further information...
Maker: Smith, StanleyRemembrance Day ceremonies at Ypres, Belgium and Villers Bretonneux, France, November 1978. Includes interviews with veterans Jim Bryant, Arthur McMillan, Jack Nicholson and Bert Field recorded by Sta...
Stanley Victor D'Altera as a member of 23rd Infantry Battalion AIF, later 7th Infantry Battalion AIF, Gallipoli and France 1915-1917, interviewed by Dr Alistair Thomson
Maker: D'Altera, Stanley Victor Thomson, Alistair Thomson, AlistairPte D'Altera initially enlisted 13 January 1915 and was discharged on 8 February at the request of his parents who had not given permission for him to join the AIF. He re-enlisted on 18 February 1915 ...