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Tasmania's War Record 1914-1918 is acomprehensive record of Tasmanians in the First World War and lists the organization involved prior to battle and a chronological account of the war and battalions involved across the globe.
The Roll of Honour lists the Tasmanian Officers, NCO's, Soldiers and Nurses involved in the First World War.
The Preface mentions that it "aims at giving to the people of this generation and of generations yet to come an idea of what Tasmanian soldiers did and endured and of the less glorious but very useful work done by thousands of men and women who remained at home". By providing these records online members can search for names as well as browse the details of the historical accounts of the various units and their history.
Introduction by Major-General Sir John Gellibrand, KCB, DSO
1. Organising for Battle - Lists Total Tasmanian Enlistment figures
2. Egypt and Gallipoli.- 3rd, 9th, 12th 15th and 25th battalions
3. France and Belgium - 12th and 15th battalions
4. France and Belgium - 26th and 40th battalions
5. France and Belgium - 47th and 52nd battalions - artillery
6. Egypt and Palestine - 3rd Light Horse Regiment
7. The Australian Army Medical Corps
8. Prisoners in Germany
9. The Civilian Effort
Appendix: District Enlistments - Summary of Tasmanian towns Approx. 400 giving the town population, the number of enlistments and number of deceased
Appendix: Decorations - summary of the various Decorations, Medals and Awards with the number of recipients
Appendix: Nurses Roll
Appendix: Tasmania's Muster Roll
Appendix: Officers, N.C.O's and Men
Appendix: Tasmanians who enlisted in other states, these generally give name, rank, date of enlistment, length of service, rank on discharge and other remarks
Maps and Illustrations are included
The Rolls provide the details of over 12,600 Officers, N.C.O's, Men and Nurses with Name, Rank, Regiment, Battalion or Corps, date of enlistment, length of service, rank on discharge and other remarks.