1918: Australians in France - Bibliography
Located on the Ground Level
- 1918: Australians in France
Lieutenant General Sir John Monash (ART02987)
Breaking the Hindenburg Line (ART03023)
Back at the waggon lines comparing souvenirs (ART02220)
The mate (ART02231)
Tired, wet and disillusioned (ART02326)
Isn't there any flaming droughts in this country? (ART16157)
Christmas memories (ART50203)
H. Septimus Power
8th August, 1918 (ART12208)
A. Henry Fullwood
Death of Baron von Richthofen (ART02495)
Market square at Ham-sur-Heure (ART02460)
Attack on Hamel-Vaire (ART002493)
Wireless station, St Gratien (ART02876)
Capture of Mont St Quentin (ART02929)
Tank in action (ART19563)
3rd Australian General Hospital, Abbeville (ART03529)
60 pounder gun off Albert Rd (ART03531)
Lewis Gunner (ART19991)
Péronne, heavy artillery advancing through the town (ART03043)
Dawn at Hamel, 4 July (ART03590)
The Australian's Final Campaign In 1918 (F00018)
The Development of the Tank (F03728)
Return of the Anzacs (F00137)
We of the AIF (F00187)
Corporal Robert Addison (PR00442)
Gunner J.R. Armitage (PR00420)
Sister Elsie Cook (PR82/135)
Colonel Percy Walter Dobson, MC (MSS1113)
Private Albert Golding (PR91/060)
A picture of a man and his rifle, entitled "Oiling his friend", from the diary of Private Albert Golding.
Sapper Harold Douglas Grant (PR00009)
Lance Corporal A.H. McKibbin (PR91/107)
Sergeant Charles C. McPhee (PR00027)
Visual used: POW diary page.
Private Ronald Simpson (PR00733)
Visuals used: Page of the nurse's condolence letter,
photograph of Private Simpson.
Sapper W.M. Telford (MSS1044)
Captain Ivor Williams (PR91/113)
Pearl Corkhill (PR88/165) donor file 749/42/29
Private John Hardie (PR00519)
Captain Francis Fairweather (2DRL/0207)
Other unpublished records
"The operations of the Australian Corps in France from July 1st to Oct. 5th, 1918" (940.435 061)
Memo, "National collections of war trophies, etc." 7 September 1917 (AWM 54 91/2/4)
Birdwood, W. Circular re donations of war trophies from AIF members, 14 December 1917 (AWM 54 91/2/4)
"Operations by Australian Corps against Hamel, Bois de Hamel and Bois de Vaire", 4 July 1918 (f940.4344 061)
Adas, M., Machines as the measure of men: Science, technology and ideologies of Western Dominance, Ithaca, 1989.
Andrews, E., and B.G. Jordan, "Hamel: Winning a battle", Journal of the Australian War Memorial, no. 18, April 1991, pp. 5 - 12.
Ashworth, T., Trench warfare 1914 - 1918, London, 1980.
Aussie, AIF publication, all issues 1918 - 1919.
Barker, M., Nightingales in the mud: The Digger Sisters of the Great War 1914 - 1918, Sydney, 1989.
Barraclough, G. (ed.), The Times atlas of world history, Maplewood, 1978.
Bassett, J., The home front, Australia 1914 - 1918, Melbourne, 1983.
_______ "'Ready to serve'- Australian women and the Great War", Journal of the Australian War Memorial, no. 2, April 1983, pp. 8 - 16.
Bean, C.E.W., Anzac to Amiens, Canberra, 1946.
Butler, A.G., Official history of the Australian Army Medical Services in the war of 1914 - 1918, vol. 2: The Western Front, Canberra, 1940.
_________ Official history of the Australian Army Medical Services in the war of 1914 - 1918, vol. 3, Canberra, 1943, p. 745.
Cutlack, F.M. (ed.), War letters of General Monash, Sydney, 1934.
Dennis, P., et al (eds), The Oxford companion to Australian military history, Melbourne 1995.
Dieppe, C., As it was: A graphic frontline record in pictures, the majority never before published of our diggers and their foe on the Western Front, Sydney, 1973.
Diggers poems- various anonymous authors, no details, from the National Library of Australia.
Farrell, F., and R. Pope, Diggers and mates- biographies of surviving World War One veterans living in New South Wales, Department of Veterans Affairs, 1995.
Gabriel, R.A., and K.S. Metz, A history of military medicine, vol. 2: From the Renaissance through
modern times, Westport, CT, 1992.
Gammage, B., The broken years- Australian soldiers in the Great War, Canberra, 1990.
Gilbert, M., First World War atlas, London, 1970.
Gill, J., "Origins of the Australian Army Nursing Service and its involvement in the First World War", ANU historical journal, vol. 15, 1981 - 1987, pp. 58 - 70.
Grey, J., A military history of Australia, Cambridge, 1990.
Holloway, D. (ed.), Dark Somme flowing- Australian verse of the Great War 1914 - 1918, Malvern, 1987.
Jovial songs for festive occasions ... [music], Melbourne, 192?- from the National Library of Australia
Laffin, J., Anzacs at war- the story of Australian and New Zealand battles, London, 1965.
_______ British butchers and bunglers of World War One, Gloucester, 1988.
_______ Guide to Australian battlefields of the Western Front 1916 - 1918, Kenthurst, 1992.
Medical manual of chemical warfare, Australian War Office, January, 1943.
Monash, J., The Australian victories in France in 1918, London, 1920.
Newton, D., "Spectre of the Red Baron: Part 1", Journal of the Australian War Memorial, no. 8, April 1986, pp. 46 - 53.
________ "Spectre of the Red Baron: Part 2", Journal of the Australian War Memorial, no. 9, October 1986, pp. 46 - 53.
Robson, L.L., The first A.I.F.- a study of its recruitment, 1914 - 1918, Kingsgrove, 1970.
__________ "Images of the warrior- Australian - British perceptions in the Great War", Journal of the Australian War Memorial, no. 1, October 1982, pp. 1 - 8.
Stanley, P., What did you do in the war, Daddy?: A visual history of propaganda posters, Melbourne, 1983.
_________ A guide to the Australian War Memorial, Sydney, 1986.
Stegemann, B., "We will remember them- the significance of First World War memorials in south-eastern New South Wales, 1919 - 1939", Journal of the Australian War Memorial, no. 4, April 1984, pp. 23 - 30.
Tsouras, P.G. (ed.), Warrior's words: A quotation book, London, 1992.
White, R., "Motives for joining up- self-sacrifice, self-interest and social class, 1914 - 1918", Journal of the Australian War Memorial, no. 9, October 1986, pp. 3 - 16.
Wigmore, L., They Dared Mightily, Canberra, 1986.
World war songs [music], Sydney, 1983.