Find out about the history of your australian relatives in ww1

This site is dedicated to my Grandfather, who disappeared after returning from WWI. He fought for my freedom which I know does not come without cost. I am eternally grateful for his efforts and what he stood for. I love you Grandad, good on ya mate. FOR KING & COUNTRY. R.I.P. Albert Alfred Curry.

Australian Associations of World War One

(FFFAIF) Families and Friends of the First A.I.F inc.
The FFFAIF is dedicated to digger history. They publish four times a year a magazine called DIGGER, which is included in your yearly membership. It contains many articles, photos and digger profiles of particular individuals that were involved in the Australian Imperial Forces WW1. The majority of which are published for the first time and provided by members. The best association I have found to preserve and record your A.I.F military history.
Contact Alan Kitchen (02) 9594 0254

(ALHA) Australian Light Horse Association
They have a great website that has a forum section for questions and answers on any related topics about the ALH. It contains historical and current information on famous regiments and battles, current Re-enactment Troops and Light Horse Museums

(AWWOD) Australian World War One Descendants
If you had a relative who served in the Australian Defence Force or Service in WW1and you have access to their war medals (or reproductions of them) then you could be marching in Sydney with this association honouring your family member on Anzac Day.
Contact Barbara Gentilcore (02) 94518482

(AGWA) Australian Great War Association
If you would like to help in re-enactments and dress up in Australian military uniforms these are the best guys to talk to. They are linked up with other Great War associations around the world and help keep the Anzac spirit alive.
Contact Paddy O’Brien (02) 9264 7555

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