||The All-Australia Memorial [electronic resource] : Victoria : a historical record of national effort during the Great War : Australia's roll of honour 1914-1916, history, heroes and helpers ; with over 1,000 double-tone illustrations from original photographs, drawings, maps, portraits, etc / oreword by Senator George Foster Pearce ; introductory narrative by E. Ashmead-Bartlett ; editor-in-chief, Harry Blyth Manderson.
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Part I - Exploits of the ANZACs (historical account) : History of the Dardanelles Operations, Seizure of Germany's Pacific Possessions, The Capture of Samoa, Loss of Submarine AE1- A Mystery of the Pacific, Australian Destroyers at Work, Victoria Cross Heroes - Deeds of Anzac Valour in Gallipoli, Awards for Service-List of Decorations Won 1914-1915, The Anzacs in France, The Anzac Crusaders, Australians at Home.
Part II - ANZAC honoured dead, A lexicographical roll of thousands of Victorian soldiers who died on service during the period August, 1914 - December, 1916
Part III - Australia's fighting families, A biographical record of service and photos of hundreds of Australia's fighting men including individual soldiers, friends on service, and families with two or more members at the front.
Part IV - Regimental register comprising the principal Victorian units of the Australian-Imperial and Naval and Military Expeditionary Forces as officially compiled at embarkation, covering the period of the tropical, Egyptian and Gallipoli campaigns and including the 8th Infantry Brigade (French campaign). A record of approximately 30,000 Victorian men and some women.
To complete this digital edition there are two additional sections of with Victorian biographies and photos, taken from later editions principally publishing biographies fro NSW and SA.