100 physicians who volunteered early 1915 to serve with Field Marshal Lord Kitchener's British Armies. They left from Australia but included a couple from Britain and New Zealand. 100 surnames, their ancestries and children, see website for further details.
Many thousands of men were trained in mountain warfare at Cedars during 1943 and 1944. The site gives the history of the centre, the names of the instructors and some of the units that trained there together with the names of a few trainees.
Operation War Diary brings together original First World War documents from The National Archives (UK), the historical expertise of Imperial War Museum and the power of the Zooniverse community. It will create new ‘Citizen Historians'. Working together we will make previously inaccessible information available to academics, researchers and family historians worldwide.