- Pages: 146
- Edition: 1st edition, 2001
- Format: Softcover
- ISBN: 9781876615031
- Author: Max Dimmack
- Unit: 7th Division Signals
- War: WW2
A Short History Of Signals 7th Australian Division 2nd AIF 1940-1945
Contains Casualties, Honours & Awards.
Rare Unit History – Now Out Of Print.
The Unit History Of Australia’s 7th Division
An Illustrated History Of The 7th Australian Division 1940-46 World War 2.
A comprehensive textual and photographic history of the Australian 7th division which fought with distinction in North Africa, New Guinea and the Pacific in the second World War.
The Silent 7th Contents:
List of maps
Conventions and abbreviations
– Origins and early days
– Giarabub and Tobruk
– The Syrian campaign
– Middle East, Far East, Australia (July 1941 August 1942)
– Milne Bay
– The Battle of the beaches; Gona, Buna and Sanananda
– Lae to Dumpu
– Shaggy Ridge
– Australia 1944 – 5
Appendix 1:7th Division casualties
Appendix 2:7th Division honours and awards
A History Of The 55th Battalion AIF World War 1 – A Muddy And Bloody Campaign.
Snowy To The Somme is the first book to be written on the 55th Battalion AIF.
The 55th battalion was raised in 1916 (Egypt) and was part of the 14th Brigade, 5th Australian Division. The 55th BTN first battle was in Fromelles (France).
The Unit History Of The 26th Battalion World War 2
A History of the 26th Australian Infantry Battalion (A.I.F.) 1939-1946.
Chapters include their service in: The Solomans, Rabaul, New Britain. With Honour Roll, Honours and Awards, Nominal Roll.
Nominal Roll, Honour Roll, Honours and Awards are included
Hardcover With DJ, 1st edition 1992, Used Book Excellent Cond., 194 pages.
The Unit History Of Australia’s 2/18th Battalion By Di Elliot, Lynette Silver
The Second Eighteenth Infantry BTN was formed in 1940 and was part of the 22nd Brigade (8th Division). In early 1941 the unit set off for Singapore to fight the invading Japanese in the Malayan Campaign. At the fall of Singapore; members were taken as POWs by the Japanese and separated. Some Soldiers were sent to Blakang Mati, Changi, Burma Railway & Sandakan (Borneo).