Australia and New Zealand in World War II: Page 3 of 3

Internet Links

Australian Government - The Second World War

RAN IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR (Sea Power Centre - Australia)
Royal Australian Navy, Sea Power Centre - Australia

Australia in World War Two
School library and resource centre website for boys' Catholic college, with substantial worldwide curriculum related and educational links focusing on Western Australia, organised by subject area

Military history of Australia during World War II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

National Archives of Australia - Fact Sheet 61 - World War II war crimes

Australia at War - australia.gov.au

An Australian World War II hero

ISTG - World War II Refugees to Australia

Australia's War 1939-1945 | Australians in war | World War 2 | War in the Pacific
A major educational site containing text, documents, graphics, video and audio about Australians in World War 2 including battles and campaigns such as the fall of Singapore, Tobruk, Kokoda, POWs and the homefront.

Royal Australian Navy in World War II

Australians in Borneo During World War II
Borneo Tour Specialists - Tours to Borneo - Visit Borneo with Us on Your Next Holiday to South East Asia - Borneo Travel and Information

Australian Aircraft of World War II

Australian Regiments in the Second World War, 1939-1945

World War Two Nominal Roll
Service record details of individuals who served in Australia's defence forces and the Australian Merchant Navy during World War Two

Australians at War
Australians at War, commemorating the service and sacrifice of Australia's veterans over the past 100 years.

Battle for Australia Council
The Battle for Australia was a struggle never before envisaged in this country but yet much of it still remains unknown. It was a struggle that stretched our national resources to the limit; which saw the bombing of mainland Australia; the attack by midget submarines on Sydney Harbour; and raised the spectre of the threat of a possible invasion through Papua New Guinea

World War 2 History start page

Military Aircraft Crashes in Western Australia during World War 2

Crisis at Home and Abroad

Welcome to The Descendants of the SHOAH

Australian Memories Of The Holocaust

The Kokoda Track

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Australians at D-Day 6 June 1944
Historical background to the Allied landing in France on 6 June 1944, known as D-Day. Outlines the Australian participation to this event

Peter Dunn - Australia at War

North Australia Observer Unit

Royal Australian Navy Gun Plot

Wikipedia: ABDA

Descendants of WWII & Post WWII Association
The Descendants of Veterans World War Two and Post World War Two Association Inc. is a registered charitable association to bring together Descendants of Veterans of World War II and Post World War II who shall represent relatives in ANZAC marches around Australia and perhaps one day... beyond.