References and Further Reading
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- Adam-Smith, Patsy, the ANZACS, Penguin, Melbourne, 1991 edition.
- AIF War Diary, 21st Bn, September-December, 1915, AWM 4 microfilm roll 54.
- Armstrong, Lt Donald, 21st Bn, letters 1915, AWM 1DRL/0057. Lt Armstrong was killed in France in October, 1917.
- Barrett, John, Falling In, Australians and ‘Boy Conscription’ 1911-1915, Hale & Iremonger, Sydney, 1979.
- Barnes, Sgt B., 21st Bn, B Coy, letter September 1915, AWM 2DRL/0004.
- Bean, C.E.W., Anzac to Amiens, Australian War Memorial, Canberra, 1983. See pp 61 and 84 for boy sailors on HMAS Sydney and at the Gallipoli landing. Boys on Sydney were 16-17 years old, Jose qv.
- Bean, C.E.W., Official History of Australia in the War of 1914-18, Vols I & II, The Story of ANZAC, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1938.
- Bell, Pte Alexander, 1st Reinforcements 21st Bn, diary begins at Suez July, 1915, AWM 3DRL/1307. Alex Bell, 29, was killed in France in August, 1916.
- Butler, Col A.G., Official History of the Australian Army Medical Services in the War of 1914-18. Vol I, AWM, Melbourne, 1938, see pp 249, 364, 376 on Gallipoli’s ‘disease debacle’. Ibid, Vol III, AWM, Melbourne, 1943, see pp 371 and 493 for use of morphia.
- Currie, Cpl Albert and Pte Will, private letters 1915-1916, describing the voyage from Australia to Egypt. The Tocumwal brothers were both killed during the war.
- Embarkation Rolls, 21st Bn, 1st and 2nd Reinforcements, AWM 8 fiche 1077-1082.
- Gammage, Bill, The Broken Years, Penguin, Melbourne, 1975.
- Garvey, Stella, Stella, in Yesterday’s Daughters, Alma Bushell (ed), Nelson, Melbourne, 1986. Cec Hogan’s sister tells of growing up at Greta and Benalla, Cec going to war and his homecoming.
- Goodman, Rupert, Hospital Ships, Boolarong Publications, Brisbane, 1992.
- Hine, Pte William Lionel, 21st Bn, A Coy, diary on arrival at Anzac quoted in Smith qv. Bill Hine, who rose to the rank of sergeant, died of wounds in France in August, 1916.
- Hogan, C.J., private letter to his sister, Kath, from Gallipoli, October 17th, 1915. See also Martin collection for condolence letter.
- Jose, Arthur W., Official History, Vol IX The Royal Australian Navy, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1937, see pp 186-7 for training ship boys in the Sydney-Emden fight.
- Laffin, John, Gallipoli, Kangaroo Press, Sydney, 1999.
- Martin, Pte James, private letter and letters in the AWM Collections, AWM PR 83/061 and PR 85/339, including the condolence letters from Cec Hogan and Matron Riddoch.
- McWilliam, Gwen, A School for Hawthorn, Glenferrie Primary School 1508, Melbourne, 1975.
- MacNeil, Capt A.R. MC (ed), The Story of the Twenty-First, 21st Bn Association, Melbourne 1920, reprinted 1971.
- Maxfield, Capt Gordon Loris MC, 21st Bn, letters 1915, AWM 1DRL/0489. Captain Maxfield was killed in France in May, 1917.
- Odgers, George, The Royal Australian Navy, An Illustrated History, Child & Henry Australia, Brookvale, 1982, see p 41 for cadet midshipmen beginning naval training at 13-14 years.
- Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Victoria and NSW.
- Robertson, John, Anzac and Empire, Hamlyn Australia, Melbourne, 1990.
- Sands NSW Directory, 1900-1914.
- Sands & McDougall’s Directories for Victoria, 1909-1930.
- Scott, Ernest, Official History, Vol XI Australia During The War, Angus & Robertson, 1938, see p 439 on lowering recruitment standards during the war.
- Smith, N.C., The Red and Black Diamond, The History of the 21st Battalion 1915-1918, Mostly Unsung Military History, Gardenvale, 1997.
- The Australian Encyclopedia, Grolier, Sydney, 1981.
- The Argus, Melbourne, August-September, 1914, March-November, 1915.
- The Herald, Melbourne, March-December 1915, November 20th, 1933.
- The School Paper, Education Department Victoria, monthly editions for Grades VII & VIII, 1913, 1914, 1915.
- Wellington, Capt N.F. MC, 21st Bn, Report on the torpedoing of SS ‘Southland’, AWM 3DRL/3509.
- Williams, Cpl Ivor, 21st Bn, diary May-December, 1915, AWM PR 91/113. Ivor Williams kept a very detailed and descriptive diary of his war experience. He returned to Australia in 1918, served in the Second World War, and died in 1975.