Indigenous Australians at War: Honour Roll(www.aiatsis.gov.au)
Honour Rolls of Aboriginals from Victoria, Queensland, NSW, South Australia
and Western Australia who died in World War 1, plus partial lists of World
War 2 and Vietnam deaths.
of illegal heroes (pippaettore.com) TAS
Originally published in The Mercury (Tasmania), 9
Nov 2012 Tasmanian Aboriginal soldiers of World
War 1. Scroll down to "Name, Service Number, Place of Birth, State of
Territory ANZACs (territorystories.nt.gov.au) NT
Most soldiers listed here were born in the
Northern Territory or enlisted there, but some are listed simply becasue
they had an association with the Northern Teritory after the war.
Historian uncovers names of dozens of
forgotten NT WW1 diggers (abc.net.au)
NT This report shows that research is continuing.
It also makes the point that many Aboriginals born in the Northern Territory
enlisted outside the NT. (Hence, many Northern Territory
Aboriginal soldiers will be found on the lists of nearby states.)
No World War 1 Aboriginals would have
been recorded as having been enlisted in the Australian Capital Territory
because the land was called the Federal Capital Territory until 1938.
Births would have been registered as New South Wales births because the land
did not come under official federal government control until 1911. Soldiers
from the area would most likely have enlisted in NSW.