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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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"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."
Prime Minister Robert Gordon Menzies. 3 September 1939
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.