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.
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