1st Light Horse Regiment, Australian Imperial Force (AIF)

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1st Light Horse Regiment, Australian Imperial Force (AIF)
Years active:
Country: Australia
Service: Australian Army
Branch: Australian Imperial Force
Type: Mounted
Specific type: Light horse regiment
Full size: 500
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Alternate names: 1st Australian Light Horse Regiment
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Command structure
Relationship type: Tactical
Parent unit: 1st Light Horse Brigade, Australian Imperial Force (AIF)
Parent level: Brigade
Start date:
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Personal narratives[edit]

Major Philip Arthur Chambers[edit]

Private Gordon Colin Cooper[edit]

Trooper Edgar Roy Stanford[edit]

Trooper James Joseph Augustus Sweeney[edit]

Warrant Officer Class 2 Donald Law Patrick Cameron[edit]

David Gardyne Stuart Lindsay[edit]

Diary covering his experiences in 1914-15, including sailing from Australia on the Star of Victoria, training in Egypt, fighting at Gallipoli and being evacuated to hospital in Egypt. He later transferred to the artillery but this is not covered by the diary.

Related media[edit]

Official sources[edit]

Unit war diaries[edit]

  • Australian War Memorial: AWM4 Subclass 10/6 (unknown date–unknown date) (images free for non-commercial use)

Unit histories[edit]

Other official documents[edit]

Other sources[edit]