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Aircrew Remembered is a large site covering many different subjects, including a huge collection of personal histories of aircrew from many nations and all eras. Each story was researched by us and represents a memorial to the lives mentioned and - obviously - each means something deeply personal to family members and friends. But you can also explore these stories and be touched and amazed yourself; find them under the Personal Histories menu. You can add your story of a friend or loved one by contacting us via the Helpdesk: our research team is waiting!
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Prime Minister Robert Gordon Menzies. 3 September 1939
"Fellow Australians, it is my melancholy duty to inform you officially, that in consequence of a persistence by Germany in her invasion of Poland, Great Britain has declared war upon her and that, as a result, Australia is also at war. No harder task can fall to the lot of a democratic leader than to make such an announcement."
Comrades in death, as in life. Australians at Newark Cemetery, England
Below you see Archive Reports that involve Australians. This list is generated by our auto-listing function. Search on 'RAAF' and 'Australia' in our site Search box (top of page) for more pages related to Australians that were published before auto-listing began to operate. We are gradually bringing older pages into auto-listing.
RAAF European Loss Database
Trish Masters Pays Homage
Australians Flying in Battle of Britain
Bomber Command Database
Dawn Anzac Day Commemoration, Villers-Bretonneux, France
And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda