Hard covered book of 975 pages
Inscriptions & markings
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Hard covered book of 975 pages
Clear plastic cover and bound photocopy of the Technical Manual that provides operators with the knowledge to erect and operate the Antenna Equipment RC-292
TM 11-5820-348-15 23 May 1966
Wrist badge for self identifiaction made by 2381 C.W. Smith as Trench Art during service in WW1
Manufactured during WW1 by C.W. Smith as an item of identification in case of an adverse occurrence during his operational service
Hand made metal map of Australia with brown leather band hand stitched and brass metal buckle
“2381 C.W.SMITH/1ST FIELD SQDN./A.N.Z. MTD DIV M.” Inscribed on front of metal map
wrist, badge, metal
Scope - 1818 to 1960
Hard covered book, 105 pages
Cancelled stamp of previous owner - B Sqn, 3 Cav Regt
australian light horse, history, australian military history
Hard covered book of 825 pages
Hard covered book of 1030 pages
Reproductions of prictures taken by the Australian official photographers (Captains G H Wilkins MC and J F Hurley, Lieutenants H K Baldwin and J P Campbell and others. Annotated by CEW Bean and H S Gullett
Hard covered book of 922 pages
Hard covered book of 412 pages
Hard covered book of 490 pages
Hard covered book of 844 pages
Hard covered book of 1099 pages
From the outbreak of War to the end of the first phase of the Gallipoli Campaign May 4, 1915
Hard covered book of 662 pages
Seventh Edition 1937
WO2 Key has provided distinguished service to the 4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment
Service Dress, complete. With medals: Vic Police Valour Award for Bravery Medal, Vic Police Diligent and Ethical Service Medal, Royal Life Saving Society of Australia Bravery Cross Medal, Bravery Award and Bar, National Emergency Medal (Vic Fires 2009), National Police Service Medal, Defence Long Service Medal, National Medal, Aust Defence medal
Describes a major Australian engagement of the Vietnam war
310 x 240 x 25mm
ISBN 0 86777 061 9
Paper back of 246 pages
ISBN 0 7022 2398 0
Green covered paperback book with coloured illustration of mounted riflemen. This book charts the course of the Australian troops in the Boer War in South Africa.
Paperback book of 234 pages
australian military history, boer war
Hard covered book. The defence forces of the Australian colonies 1836-1901
ISBN 0 04 302003 8
Autobiography of Patrick Mcfarlan Hamilton during his service with the 1st Australian AIF
Hard covered book of 189 pages The 4th Australian Light Horse Field Ambulance 1917-1918 An autobiography and History
ISBN 1 876179 01 5
autobiography, 4 light horse, australian military history
Hat Khaki Fur Felt with 7 fold puggaree with one maroon fold. Broken chin strap, no badge
Government arrow and "T S"
The Volunteer Defence Corps (VDC) was an Australian part-time volunteer military force of World War II modelled on the British Home Guard. The VDC was established in July 1940 by the Returned and Services League of Australia (RSL) and was initially composed of ex-servicemen who had served in World War 1. The government took over control of the VDC in May 1941 and gave the organisation the role of training for guerrilla warfare, collecting local intelligence and providing static defence of each unit's home area. General Harry Chauvel, who had retired in 1930, was recalled to duty in 1940 and appointed Inspector-General of the VDC. Chauvel held this position until his death in March 1945. Following the outbreak of the Pacific War, the Government expanded the VDC in February 1942. Membership was open to men aged between 18 and 60, including those working in reserved occupations. As a result, the VDC reached a peak strength of almost 100,000 in units across Australia. As the perceived threat to Australia declined, the VDC's role changed from static defence to operating anti-aircraft artillery, coastal artillery and searchlights. Members of inland VDC units were freed from having to attend regular training in May 1944 and the VDC was officially disbanded on 24 August 1945
Hat Khaki Fur Felt with green cloth single band puggaree which has cotton Volunteer Defence Corps badge sewn on, brass rising sun badge on brim
Maker's label on head band -RG & RI Stebbins, 14 Willow Court, Donald , Vic 3480
Hat Khaki Fur Felt with 5 fold cotton puggaree and emu plumes, Size 6 7/8, no badge
Owner's tag: K Harrington
WW1 Officers Pattern Riding Saddle c/w stand
In style of 11th Light Horse but a recent replica
The 11th Light Horse is an ancestor unit of the Regiment
Hat khaki fur felt with emu plumes, rising sun badge and 11th Light Horse badge on puggaree
No maker's mark
The vehicle depicted was on issue to the Regiment
Painting was from a photograph of the vehicle in Swanston Street Melbourne during a freedom of entry parade in late 1980's or 1990
Oil on canvas painting of an M113A1 (No 134567) of 4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment
Signed by artist (C Rule)
Issued by General Birdwood, Commanding AIF
95 page soft covered booklet
Notified in A.A.Os dated 31 October 1939
Soft covered 16 page booklet giving prices of Army equipment
Issued by Military Board
Soft covered booklet
2/1617 WO2 Lyon KM, 39,
Issued by HQ Australian Military Forces
Soft covered 94 page book
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