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To start researching you need to know: However, you can still search with just a name and the conflict in which your family member served.In fact sometimes, researchers use a military record to find a person’s date and place of birth.Wreath laying and a parade at The Cenotaph in Whitehall follows at 11am before a service of thanksgiving in Westminster.The Duke of Sussex is to join the Duchess of Cambridge at the Anzac Day service in Westminster Abbey.See this overview of service records from the Department of Defence for a quick guide to where records are held – for both current and ex-serving members.You may also find military records on family history websites like Ancestry and Find My Past but generally all of these can be accessed directly through the National Archives, Australian War Memorial or state archives.Often this is the only official documentation about a person who served in the armed forces.The content of service records and the amount of detail varies with each conflict.

Many of them include stories and accounts of specific Indigenous Australians.Meanwhile the Duke of Cambridge is in New Zealand where he paid tribute to those who lost their lives in battle by attending a service in Auckland. The commemorations were first held in 1916, and now the date is used to remember not just WW1 Anzacs, but all Australians and New Zealanders who have lost their lives in war.Anzac is an acronym of Australian and New Zealand Army Corps.Indigenous people have served in every military conflict in which Australia has been involved since the Boer War (1899−1902).Military records are a rich source of information about the men and women who served in the armed forces, and sometimes their family members.

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