Militaria Collectors of Tasmania

Useful links

22nd Australian Light Horse, http://www.tasmanianlighthorse.org/ (new tab)

Arms Collectors Guild of Tasmania

Army Museum Tasmania, Anglesea Barracks, Hobart , http://www.militarymuseumtasmania.org.au/ (new tab)

Armortek, 1/6 Scale remote controlled armour vehicles, Mentioned in Cannon Fire 35-4 https://www.armortek.co.uk/ (new tab)

Andrew Douglas White, Australia's only Waterloo Veteran, Mentioned in Cannon Fire 32-2 http://www.napoleon-series.org/research/biographies/GreatBritain/c_White.html (new tab)

The Antiques Storehouse, Naval Dockyard Portsmouth (UK), Mentioned in Cannon Fire 35-4 https://sallyantiques.co.uk/ (new tab)

Australian Air Force - Air Power Development Centre (Air Power Doctrine) https://airpower.airforce.gov.au (new tab)

Australian Air Force Museum https://www.airforce.gov.au/raaf-museum (new tab)

The Australian Boer War Memorial, Mentioned in Cannon Fire 33-1 http://www.bwm.org.au./ (new tab)

Australian War Museum https://www.awm.gov.au/ (new tab)

Australian Military Knives http://www.australianmilitaryknives.com/index.htm (new tab)

Big Sky Publishing https://www.bigskypublishing.com.au/ (new tab)

Christies Militaria Supplier Sydney https://www.christies.net.au/ (new tab)

The Cultural Experience, Battlefield Tours Roman to WW2, South Africa to UK to Russia, Mentioned in Cannon fire 35-4 https://www.theculturalexperience.com/ (new tab)

Defence Honours and Awards https://www1.defence.gov.au/adf-members-families/honours-awards (new tab)

Defence Transport Heritage Group of Tasmania http://www.dtht.org.au/ (new tab)

Hylands Bookshop (Melbourne), Mentioned in Cannon Fire 33-4, Army, Navy, Air Force and Train books, from Antiquity to present day https://thelanesarmoury.com/ (new tab)

The Dragons Realm, https://www.facebook.com/TheDragonsRealm (new tab)

Esford, http://www.esford.com.au/ (new tab)

Fake Tree Observation Posts of WW1 https://www.amusingplanet.com/2019/04/fake-tree-observation-posts-of-ww1.html (new tab)

Feldgrau – german Armed Forces Research 1918-1945, Mentioned in Cannon Fire 33-4https://www.feldgrau.com/ (new tab)

Forgotten Weapons (Youtube) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrfKGpvbEQXcbe68dzXgJuA (new tab)

Foxhole Medals, https://www.facebook.com/TheDragonsRealm (new tab)

Geelong Military Re enactment Group, http://www.facebook.com/GeelongMRG (new tab)

Historical Arms and Militaria Society of Tasmania – Secretary, PO Box 318 Glenorchy 7010

Hylands Bookshop (Melbourne), Mentioned in Cannon Fire 33-4, Army, Navy, Air Force and Train books, from Antiquity to present day https://thelanesarmoury.com/ (new tab)

Ian Skennerton, Prolific arms Author, Mentioned in Cannon Fire 33-3 http://www.skennerton.com/ (new tab)

KARKEE Web, British and Empire Accoutrements and personal equipment of the twentieth century, Mentioned in Cannon Fire 32-2 http://www.karkeeweb.com/ (new tab)

Light Horse and Field Artillery Museum (Victoria), Mentioned in Cannon Fire 32-1 http://www.lighthorsemuseum.com.au/ (new tab)

Military Vehicle Group of Tasmania (Facebook) Mentioned in Cannon Fire 32-3 https://www.facebook.com/MilitaryVehicleGroupofTasmania/ (new tab)

Salamanca Castanets, Song, Mentioned in Cannon Fire 33-2 http://www.colonialdance.com.au/salamanca-castanets-2160.html (new tab)

Sourcemilitary The Bunker (Facebook) Mentioned in Cannon Fire35-4 Uniforms and Equipment (UK)https://www.facebook.com/Sourcemilitary-The-Bunker-229533187597118/ (new tab)

Tasmanian Police Firearms Services https://fas.police.tas.gov.au/ (new tab)

Wayfarers of Midgard, http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Wayfarers-of-Midgard/ (new tab)