The Australian War Memorial holds many Photographs, Art, Film, Sound, official Records etc relating to the 2/14th Field Regiment. It is worthwhile conducting an on-line search of the historical items for anything relating to the 2/14th Field Regiment. There are many photographs and other items of interest, which can be accessed by placed 2/14th Field Regiment in the search fields.
There are many photographs and other items of interest, which can be accessed by placed 2/14th Field Regiment in the search fields.
The World War Two Nominal Roll was created to commemorate some one million people who served in Australia's forces and the Merchant Navy during this conflict. The Nominal Roll provides all Australians with access to an index of information from approximately one million records of servicemen and women who were in Australia's defence forces and the Merchant Navy during World War Two.
This is a non-profit association with aims to commemorate the efforts of service people and civilians who defended the Top End and raise awareness about this significant part of Australia’s history. Descendents of 2/14th veterans can apply to become members of the Darwin Defenders Inc.
The Shrine of Remembrance is Victoria’s largest and most visited war memorial and is probably Melbourne’s most recognised landmark. It is a permanent and lasting memorial to the ANZAC spirit which is confirmed by the number of visitors to the Shrine throughout the year and the many people who attend the more than 120 ceremonies that are held at the Shrine annually. The Shrine is located on Melbourne’s most recognised boulevard, St Kilda Road, just south of the Melbourne central business district.
Christ Church Grammar School, South Yarra, Victoria has formalised a partnership with the 2/14th Field Regiment through the Adopt An Ex-Service Organisation program administered by the Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne. This association is highly valued by 2/14th veterans, friends and their families. It provides opportunities for students and staff to learn more about Australian military history while maintaining an on-going recognition of the involvement of the 2/14th Field Regiment in World War 2, as well as connecting with veterans and descendents. Student representatives attend Anzac Day commemorations and other relevant ceremonies.