Today's Honour Roll

Today's Honour Roll recognizes 296 Australians who fell on this day in history.
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Name Date of Death Conflict
DONEY, Alfred 21 Jul 1916 World War 1
JAGO, John Leonard 21 Jul 1917 World War 1
ALLEN, Angus Sutherland (MC) 21 Jul 1918 World War 1
STUDDERT, Jack (John Dillon) 21 Jul 1916 World War 1
BULLMAN, John Harold 21 Jul 1970 Vietnam War

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BOYLE, Claude Russell
Private, 2nd/19th Infantry Battalion, 2nd AIF WW 2
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Ceduna WW I and WW II Memorial*
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GOODALL, Frederick Thomas
Private, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen, Australian and Colonial Military Forces
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Victor Harbor War Memorial*
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HASLEM, Robert Fawns
Captain, Volunteer Defence Corps (VDC), Volunteer Defence Corps (WW2)
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Port Augusta B* Gladstone Square Rotunda - The Fallen of WW1 / II and Vietnam
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Private, 48th Infantry Battalion, AIF WW1

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The Human Cost

From the Boer War to Afghanistan, 102,784 Australian men and women have been killed serving their country. 

Find out more about the human cost of conflicts that Australians have been involved in.


How to Tell Your Story

William McBride is the name of the fallen soldier in Eric Bogle’s haunting ballad.

This video sums up what the site is about. We want to help you find your ‘Willy McBride’ and tell his story, so he is not ‘without a name, fading to yellow in an old leather frame’, hidden away on a library shelf or stashed in a shoe box in the attic.