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Main Title: Milton-Ulladulla in the wars / Alex McAndrew.
Author: McAndrew, Alex.
Publisher: Epping, N.S.W. : Alex McAndrew,
Collation: 220 p. : ill., portraits, facsims., pbk ; 30 cm.
Subject: Soldiers
World War, 1914-1918
World War, 1939-1945
Military history
Milton (NSW)
Ulladulla (NSW)
ISBN: 0959674462
Notes:
Ahrens, Pte. Sid, 60, 73; American troops, 177, 178; anti-German feelings, 87; Anzac Day, 37; aparteid, 181; Appleby, Pte., 69; homecoming, 70 ; presentation to, 72 ; Appleby, Thomas, 58; armistice, WWI, 115; Ashby, Eric : homecoming, 203, 204; Ashby, Eric : memoirs, 199-204; Asian confrontations, 189-208; atomic bomb, 157; atrocities in camps, 134; Australian Flying Corps, 89; Australian Light Horse, 18; Australian Women's Army Service, 158; Baden-Powell, Colonel, 64; Bader, Douglas ('Tin Legs'), 132; barbaric deeds, 213; Barber, Jim : funeral, 21; Bardia, 125; Bartlett, Len, 181; Baxter, Cecil, 94; Beasley, Horrie, 161; Bega Troop, 15; Bennett, General Gordon, 150, 157; Birdwood, Field Marshall, 91; Bishop, Bert, 94; diary, letters, 95-101 ; Blackburn, HC, 15; Blow, Capt., 31; Boer War, 9, 11, 57-80; volunteers, 57 ; in retrospect, 78, 79; Borneo, 189; Bougainville, 149; Boxer Rebellion, 68; British Commonwealth Occupation Force, 186; Burma Railway, 151, 155; Butson, Sgt., 19; cadet systems, 29-34; Cadet Units, 29; earliest, 27 ; Milton Federal, 27 ; Carlin, Arthur : memoirs 117-118; Carriage, George : late return, 185; Carriage, T, 8; Carson, Arthur ('Pat'), 149; casualties, 169; cattle, plans to move, 176; censorship, 68; Changi, 150; chapel, building of, 153; Chelmsford, Lord : visit, 20; Claydon, Bert : letter, 99; Cold War, 187, 188; Cole, Ethel (nee Egan), 161; Cole, Johnny : welcome home, 184; collisions at sea, 195; communism, 187; Compulsory Military Training, 29, 30, 31; phasing out, 36 ; concentration camps, 67, 87, 88; Connolly, Capt., 21; conscription, 196; issue, 111 ; protests, 197, 198 ; referenda, 83; controls, wartime, 175; Cork, AS (Stan), 105; Cork, Capt., 19, 59, 69; Cork, Rupert, 21; cost of living, 174; Coster, Rick, 194; counter-espionage, 167; Country Women's Association, 172; Cresswell, WR, 34; Crete, 127, 165; Crimean War; volunteers, NSW, 4 ; Croft, Jim, 147; cross, sign of, 111; Darwin, bombing of, 123; Davis, CE, 36; Davis, Edward : memoirs, 22, 33; Davis, Ken, 94; diary, 102, 103, 105; Davis, Phoebe (nee Thistleton); wartime in Milton, 176 ; Davis, Reg : memoirs, 34; dog called ‘Horrie’, 164; Dowling Police District; names (1893), 3 ; Dunlop, 'Weary', 156, 158; East Africa campaign, 180; Eaton, Lorna (nee Barton), 160; Egyptian Times, 37; El Alamein, 155, 180; Elands River, siege of, 76, 77; Empire Day, 20; Kioloa, 16, 17 ; Milton, 16 ; Empire Day, first, 15; empires, 212; enlistment, pressure for, 85; Europe, post-WWII, 145; Excervicemen's and Citizen's Club, 186; F Company, 10, 27, 58, 59, 73; Faust, Hans : memoirs, 33; Faust, JF, 8; Faust, JM, 87; Faust, Johann, 147; Faust, Peter, 34, 94; Federal Parliament; opening ceremony, 9 ; First Australian Light Horse, 21; First Light Horse, 11; flag ceremony, 20; Forster, Dick : memoirs, 167-169; Fowler, Alston : memoirs, 125-130; Fox, Trooper, 74; Fromelles, action at, 98; Fuller, Capt. CD, 21; Galbraith, Frank, 130; Gallipoli, 90, 91; German language; avoidance of, 119 ; Germany, post-WWII, 134, 135; Glanville, Harold, 58, 66; Glanville, Pte, 65, 69; presentation to, 72 ; welcome home, 71 ; Goering, Herman, 93; Goodsell, Dave, 74; memoirs, 63; Goodsell, Isaac, 65; 'goons', 133; Gordon, General; death of, 43 ; visit, 19, 32; Governor's Cup, 13, 17; Greece, campaign in, 126, 165; Hamon, George, 112; Hannan, Corporal, 59; Hannan, E., 60; Haw-Haw, Lord, 143; Healey, Mr, 27, 28; Hession, Charles, 35, 94; diary, 95 ; Hibberd, George (‘Digger’) :; memoirs, 171; Hibberd, Pte. CW, 68; Hilder, GT, 163; Hitler Youth, 145; Hobhouse, Emily, 67; Hodinott, Lt. FJ, 149; Horrie, see dog; horses, illtreatment of, 21; Hunter, Nina, 159; Hyde, Frank, 131; identity card, 175; Ingold, Charles, 58; Ingold, Sid, 113; invasion threat, 125; Jacka, Lance-Cprl., V. C., 89; Jackson family, 52, 53; jerrycan, history of, 130; Johnson, CR, 73; Jones, RM ('Jack') : memoirs, 147; 'jungle juice', 166; jungle warfare, 148; Jutland, Battle of, 92; kamikaze pilots, 163; Kapyong, Battle of, 190, 191; Kendall, Ken, 24; Kendall's Cottage; Ulladulla, 186 ; Kimpo (Sth. Korea), 192; Kitchener, Lord, 19, 71; Korean campaign; historical background, 189 ; Lamont, Staff-Sgt., 27, 28; Lawless, Eric, 163; League of Nations, 214; Leaney, Alfred, 91; Lederer, Joe : memoirs 137-142; Light Horse; Beersheba, 112 ; Light Horse Corps : names, 23; Light Horse Unit, 13; formation of, 12 ; inspection of, 14 ; Light Horse, disbanded, 23; Liverpool; camp at, 18 ; local enlistments; WWII, Oct 1941, 121 ; Lusitania; sinking of, 96 ; Lynn, BA : poem, 83; MacLaren, HJ : memoirs, 164-167; Mafeking, myth of, 64; Mafeking, relief of, 64; Maginot Line, 131; Malaya; Japanese invasion of, 153 ; Malaysia, 189; Mann, John : memoirs, 179, 180; Manser, Jack : memoirs, 153-157; Manson, Neville and Elsie :; memoirs, 157-159 ; Maori Wars, 6; Maxwell, Lt. J., 85; Mayor's Patriotic Fund, 82; McAndrew, A. [author] :; memoirs, 134, 135; McLintock, Jack : memoirs, 192; McPhillamy, Trooper, 22; McQuire : poem, 202; Merauke [Irian Jaya], 182, 183; Military background of district, 1-42; military functions, 17; Military Sports, 13, 14; military terms; meanings of, 55, 61 ; military training, NSW, 4; Millard family, 190; Millard, John, 189; Millard, W, 5; Miller, Ron : memoirs, 189, 190; Milton Band, 5; Milton Half-Squadron, 81; Milton Ulladulla and District; War Effort Committee, 173 ; Milne Bay, battle of, 168, 169; Milton-Ulladulla District, 2; Monte Cassino, Battle of, 140; Montgomery, Greville, 182; Morant, Harry ('Breaker'); execution of, 70 ; Moss, Walter : memoirs, 29; Mounted Rifles; Half-Squadron of, 18 ; transfer to Light Horse, 19 ; Mumford, Pte F, 154; munitions factory, 152; museum, Australiana, 164; mutiny, 100; National Emergency Service, 171; National Service Act, 36; Naval Brigade, 34; Navy Volunteers; Z Special Force, 151, 182 ; Nazism, 217; Newbury, Harry, 94; newspaper reports, 10-33; parachute, use of, 113; paratroopers, training of, 138; Parkes, Sir Henry, 7, 56; Paterson, 'Banjo'; comments on Boer War, 75 ; patriotic fervour, 45; Patriotic League, 61; pay, rates of, WWII, 164; Pearl Harbour, 121; Petty, Laurie : memoirs, 34, 176; Phillip, Conrad, 34; poetry in war, 167; Pohl, Werner : memoirs, 144-146; Port Moresby, 169; Porter, Nurse Kitty, 109, 110; prisoners : Cowra; breakout, 118 ; prison of war, life of, 113-115,; 127-133, 142, 152, 155-157; Queen Victoria, 15; Radar School, Dover Heights, 158; radar, precursor of, 182; radio direction finding, 182, 183; rationing, 174; Red Cross, 173; Red Cross Society, Australian, 106; Red Cross, Milton Branch, 83; Yatte Yatta, 107, 108, 109; reservists, 27; Returned Services League, 36, 186; local sub-branch, 38 ; social clubs, 39 ; Rifle Clubs; members, 24, 25 ; range sites, 26 ; trophy winners, 24, 25 ; rifles, types of, 26; Riley, Clarence, 86; Riley, William, 51; River Kwai, bridge, 156; Roberts, Bill and Cheryl, 40; Roberts, Lord, 71; Roll of Honour, June 1917, 84; Royal Australian Air Force, 182; Royal Australian Artillery, 7; Royal Australian Navy; inspection : Jervis Bay, 35 ; rules of war; breaking of , 165; curiosity of, 85; Russell, Jim, 163; Russell, Reg, 89; Salvation Army, 176; Sheaffe, Capt, 21; death of, 22 ; Sheaffe, Percy, 5; ship building; Ulladulla, 171 ; ship Centaur, 160; Emden, 117; Krait, 124, 151; Prince of Wales, 130; Repulse, 130; Sydney, 117; Tingira, 117; shipping losses, 92; shooting contest; team names, 19 ; Simpson, Keith :; memoirs, 185 ; welcome home, 184; Sinclair, WH, 61, 66, 69, 71, 73; Singapore, 149, 150, 154, 157; Smart, Staff-Sgt. Angus, 167; Smolensk : remarkable incident, 139; Somme, Battle of, 116; song Lili Marleen, 180; songs and music, 104, 105, 179; South African War see Boer War; Sparke, Ian, 39; street names, 53; strikes, 176; submarines, midget; Sydney Harbour, 161 ; Sudan War, 9, 43-46; evaluation of, 54 ; Milton-Ulladulla involvment, 51 ; opposition to, 44 ; preparations, 46 ; return from, 50 ; Richardson, Colnl., 49 ; Suhl, Willi : memoirs, 143-144; Sydney vs Emden, 82; tanks, 168; Taylor, Lt. GA, 80; Third Battalion; Royal Australian Regiment, 190 ; Thistleton, Wal : memoirs, 23; Thomas, Milton, 92; Tobruk, 125; Townsville, bombing of, 182; Turnbull, Felton : memoirs, 122 -124; two-up, 166; Ulladulla and Milton Times; extracts, WWI, 82 ; extracts, Boer War, 58-62 ; extracts, late 1800s, 8 ; Ulladulla Cadets, 39, 40; list of members, 40 ; Ulladulla F Troop; Second Regiment, 9 ; Ulladulla Volunteer Corps; formation of, 5 ; United Nations Organisation, 189, 214; Unknown Soldier, Tomb of, 218; Veterans, list of, 37; Vickers machine gun, 164; Victoria Cross, 54, 67; Vietcong, 201; Vietnam Veterans Association, 204; Vietnam War, 200, 201; Australian involvement, 196 ; background, 195, 196 ; Vietnam War : aftermath, 198; Vietnam War Memorial, 199; Villers-Bretonneux; offensive at, 119 ; Volunteer Defence Corps, 36, 169; Brooman, 170 ; Milton, 170 ; Volunteer force; disbanded, 7 ; Volunteer Force, New; land grants, 5 ; Volunteer Rifle Club; officers, names of, 9 ; prizewinners (1900), 68 ; Volunteer Rifle Corps, 5; land grantees, 6, 8 ; VP Day, 183; Wackett, Capt. LJ, 113; Walker, Albert, 90; Walker, William, 81, 86; War Memorial; planning committee, 38 ; War Memorials, 36; war savings certificates, 174; war, causes of, 215; Ward, Staff-Sgt., 22; Warden, Dudley, 25; Warden, Trooper Charlie, 89; wars, dates of, 42; wars, review of, 210; wars, undeclared, in Asia, 189; Webber, Hansel, 87; Western Desert, 125; Western Front, 91; letters from, 92 ; wireless, use in 1911, 80; women in workforce, 172; women, service in WWII, 159; Woodbridge, Jack, 186; World War I - some figures, 116; World War I, 81-120; World War II, 121-188; WWII, evaluation of, 186.
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Non-Fiction Main Library 994.47 MILT MIL Available