Ku-ring-gai Historical Society Inc
incorporating the
Ku-ring-gai Family History Centre

Rallying the Troops: A World War I Commemoration, Volume II

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Volume II Table of Contents:

Foreword
Preface

Training

1: Train as you would Fight: Training begins for the Australian Imperial Force (AIF)
2: Training begins in New South Wales
3: The Army in Roseville: the Engineer Officers’ Training School
4: Administration, Training and Rehabilitation of Australian Troops in the United Kingdom
5: The Making of an Australian Soldier: the Training Experiences of Ku-ring-gai Men in the 18th Battalion

Campaigns

6: A Campaign with Horses and Camels, from the Sinai Desert to Palestine and Syria (1916-18)
7: Australian Troops on the Western Front
8: The Battle of Fromelles
9: The Battles of Pozières and Mouquet Farm
10: Confronting the Hindenburg Line at Bullecourt

Our Ku-ring-gai Volunteers

G Surnames
H Surnames
I Surnames
J Surnames
K Surnames

Appendices

Australian Military Structure in World War I
World War I Glossary
Those Who Gave Their Lives: Where They are Commemorated or Buried Overseas
Honours and Awards
Our Ku-ring-gai Volunteers Appearing in Volumes I, II, III and IV

Index
Acknowledgements


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