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Illustration of HMA Hospital Ship Karoola
Anzac Memorial
Advance Australia
Australian Anthem
Dedication
Illustration of A. G. Potter
Preface
Illustration of R. N. Teece
Published By
Peace Edition
Contents
Heroes
Roll of Honour
Official Summary of the Terms
His Majesty the King George V
Sir Ronald Crauford Munro Ferguson
The King's Message
Illustration of Sir Walter Davidson
Royal Proclamation
The Big Four
Official Summary of the Terms - Section I
Official Summary of the Terms - Section II & III
Official Summary of the Terms - Section III
Official Summary of the Terms - Section IV
Official Summary of the Terms - Section V
Official Summary of the Terms - Section VI
Official Summary of the Terms - Section VII & VIII
Official Summary of the Terms - Section VIII
Official Summary of the Terms - Section IX
Official Summary of the Terms - Section X
Official Summary of the Terms - Section XI & XII
Official Summary of the Terms - Section XII
Official Summary of the Terms - Section XIII
Official Summary of the Terms - Section XIV & XV
The Great War 1914-1919
Soldier's Stories
A Soldier's Diary
Soldier's Verses
Fighting in France
The Dardanelles
Evacuation of Gallipoli
Dardanelles Commission Report
Battle of Jutland
President Wilson's Speech
Scenes of Anzac Palestine and France
Australian Rolls of Honor
HMA Hospital Ship Karoola
The State and The Soldiers
Australia in Palestine
Advertisements
Index of Advertisements
The Toast
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The Anzac Roll of Honour 1914 - 1919 commemorates those soldiers who served in the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) and died in the fateful Dardanelles campaign as well as other Great War battles.

The Roll of Honour, lists nearly 20,000 Australians and New Zealand soldiers who died in the war. In addition to the soldiers' names, their number, rank, unit. The place and cause of death and date of death are also detailed.

The collection is comprised of a number of sections including Soldiers Verses, photographs stories, notes, letters and diary entries which provide a unique insight of a soldier's life at war. An official summary of the "Peace Treaty" terms is also available.

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