Gravesites of Tasmania (gravesoftas.com.au)
Look up Tasmanian WW1 soldiers (and others). There is also a
list of those who died at Gallipoli.
WW1 Pictorial Honour Roll of
Tasmanians (archived from tas.ww1anzac.com) (Note to classroom users: Be ready
to turn off the sound by scrolling to the
bottom of the page.)
Find the images of and other information about Tasmanian soldiers.
40th Battalion 1916-1918 (40th-bn.org) This site used to hold a database of
the soldiers in the 40th Battalion, First AIF, 1916-18 - 1024 World War 1 soldiers who
trained in Tasmania. For more information about the 40th Battalion, see the
Australian War Memorial page
40th Australian Infantry Battalion.
Rolls of honour for specific areas of
HOBART incl. NEW TOWN The Soldiers Walk (soldierswalk.org.au)
Memorial avenue on the Domain, Hobart. Includes a
NEW TOWN Roll of Honour: New Town Primary School A Roll of Honour of local soldiers who served in World War 1.
(The link goes to the Internet Archive. The original link was
Memorials in Australia: Tasmania (archive) Links to 110 Tasmanian war memorials
including halls and other structures. (The link goes to the Internet Archive. The
original url is:
LEGERWOOD Legerwood Memorial
Trees (Archive: dorsetonline.org.au)
Legerwood is a small village north of Ringarooma in north-east Tasmania. See
the photos of the old memorial trees which have been carved into likenesses
of the the soldiers they were planted to commemorate.
Also see the trees at: ●Legerwood
Memorial Carvings (northeasttasmania.com.au)
See pages 43-44. Recollections from a
memorial service held at Wynyard, Tasmania, followed by a checklist oof
organisations that may be able to help you when recording war heritage. From the Memories & Memorabilia