Thank you for your post. In addition to Elizabeth's suggestions, you may find these National Archives resources helpful:
Researching war service
Family History – Begin your journey
Please do not hesitate to contact us…"
Thank you for your post. Our Researching war service page includes links to glossaries of common acronyms, as well as unit war diaries, which state when and where a unit was stationed. The Australian War Memorial holds these records.…"
Thank you for your post.
Most records were transferred to PNG Government upon autonomy. The National Archives of Australia retained some national security records, as well as records of matters in which the Commonwealth Government of…"
Thank you for your post. I am glad to hear you found the records you're looking for. These likely comprise a record of an assisted passage scheme administered by the Commonwealth Government, rather than a record of arrival. If…"
"Dear Mr Reid,
Thank you for your post. Depending on when this person served, you may find their service record on our RecordSearch database. Our Researching war service page includes additional information you may find useful.
You can view items in…"
Thank you for bringing this matter to our attention. I have now blocked the account in question.
It's a timely reminder to all who use this forum to exercise caution and report any suspicious contact; we rely on your feedback to…"
Thank you for your post regarding item A12372, R/357/H (item barcode 30718897).
You can view this item in our Canberra reading room, or you can purchase a print or online copy by selecting the link given above, then selecting the…"
Thank you for your post. I suggest you search our Discovering Anzacs website using the service number you have found. World War I AIF service numbers were often duplicated, but you may find an entry that corresponds with the…"
Thank you for your post. We may hold relevant passenger records. You can submit a passenger arrival records request though the 'Ask us a question' page of the Archives' website. Be sure to include the person's full…"
A print copy of George BELL's service record (B883, NX45413 [item barcode 4894985]) would comprise a printed version of the online copy you mentioned.
You may find our 'Researching war service' guide helpful. It…"