• At the heart of the Memorial building is the Roll of Honour: a long series of bronze panels recording the names of over 102,000 members of the Australian armed forces who have died during or as a result of war service, warlike service, non-warlike service and certain peacetime humanitarian operations. The database compiled from data used to create the Roll of Honour is available on this web site.

    At present, over 14,000 of the names on the online Roll of Honour have photographs linked to them. By mid 2015, the Memorial will provide a way for members of the public to upload their own photographs of people on the Roll of Honour to its website. If you would like to know when this facility becomes available, please sign up for the Memorial’s monthly e-newsletter.

    The Memorial is no longer accepting copies of photographs to add to the online Roll of Honour and its National Collection.  If you have an original photographic print or negative which you would like to donate, please complete the donate items form or contact the photographs team to discuss your donation:

    Phone: (02) 6243 4593
    email: photofilmsound@awm.gov.au

    Roll of Honour Photographs
    Left to right: 'Bluey' Truscott, Sister Moston, Seabrook Brothers, Rex Cooper, Paul Denehey