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have all helped bring “The Blamey Enigma
project to where it is today.

AB Design Firstly, many thanks to our talented web designer/Webmaster, Tone — This site would not have been possible without Tone’s creative skills and his generous web hosting support.

Australian Army — Blamey Barracks, Kapooka 1 Recruit Training Center:“The Home Of The Australian Soldier” many thanks to the CO and Staff at 1RTC especially WO1 John Holyoake.

Australian Film InstituteThe Blamey Enigma” producer/writer, Bill Halliwell is a Professional Member of the AFI. He recommends that all those interested in Australian film visit this site, become a member and support our film industry.

Australian War Memorial Special thanks to the former Director, Major General S. N. Gower AO, Dr Brendan Nelson and all of their department heads for their enthusiastic support of our documentary project.

Department of Veterans’ Affairs

‘Diary Of An ANZAC’ This is the site of an outstanding World War 1 diary of Albert ‘Bert’ Arthur Orchard. A brilliant book compiled by Bert’s son, Arthur Orchard, from his Dad’s extensive diaries written during four years of the Great War. Bert Orchard was one of the soldiers who mounted a raid on Turkish gun positions with Major Thomas Blamey at Gallipoli in 1915. ‘Diary Of An ANZAC’ can be purchased on this web site.

National Archives Of Australia  Highly recommended for those wishing to explore the extensive files regarding Tom & Olga Blamey.

Professor David Horner ANU — David is Australia’s pre-eminent military historian and is the author of ‘Blamey: The Commander-In-Chief’ (Allen & Unwin 1998 ISBN 1 86448 734 8.) David is also the Senior Military/History Advisor to Commander-In-Chief Productions —  

Royal Australian Air Force   Sir Thomas Blamey was Chair of the panel that, in 1920, was tasked with the creation of the RAAF. Sadly, the RAAF gives little, or no, recognition to this fact. The producers sincerely wish that one day the RAAF names one of its bases or facilities after the Field Marshal. The re-naming of RAAF Wagga to RAAF Blamey would be most appropriate as Tom Blamey was born 12 klms away from the base at Lake Albert NSW, which is now an outer suburb of Wagga.

RSL National H.Q. 'The Blamey Enigma' writer/producer Bill Halliwell is a former member of the RAAF and is a proud member of the RSL, Tasmanian Branch. - The Field Marshal Sir Thomas Blamey Memorial Fund was established by a number of eminent persons in late 1954 and continues to perpetuate the memory and achievements of Field Marshal Sir Thomas Blamey.

This project is benefiting from material researched from within the collections of the Australian War Memorial Commander In Chief

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Updated February 2013.

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