iam trying to find pictures information about the a.i.f 36th battalion, the years would be 1916-1917

my great great uncle THOMAS FRASER BRUCE he was a 2nd lieutenant in the 36th battalion and was killed in action on the 12 october 1917 just wondering if there are any relatives who may have information?

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Comment by Elizabeth Allen on November 28, 2013 at 16:43

Christopher,  The War Memorial may be able to help with your request  www.awm.gov.au

have you seen this site which has further info about the Battalion?



Comment by christopher russell on November 29, 2013 at 6:41

thanks Elizabeth , i have found out so much but just thought someone out there like relatives etc may have something else

Comment by James on February 8, 2016 at 15:56

Margaret Clark has released the Unit history of the 36th Battalion AIF - called Carmichael's 1000 in April 2014. This is the first history written on the 36th Battalion World War 1. For those interested you can order copies here:  Carmichael's 1000 - By Margaret Clark

Comment by mike ryan on April 13, 2017 at 8:35

Searching for a embarkation photo of our great uncle Charles William Ryan 3156 36th infantry Battalion 7-8 reinforcements(may-August 1917) Born in Lismore N.S.W. fathers name was PATRICK& mothers name was BRIDGET,They lived in Keen street Lismore. someone may help, regards mike ryan.

Comment by Maison Corners on November 7, 2017 at 20:18

Hi there, perhaps you should try to search them in the database of HistoryChallenge. They suggest a wide search. I did that for my History project shared on https://these-guys-can.com/ later.

Comment by Ashish Puspack on October 1, 2018 at 21:04

I always love the brave fighters whether they are from any corner of the world.


Puspack India


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