The material presented in the Anthology is accepted in good faith by the Chauvel Foundation.  Some of the material contains reports of eyewitness accounts that may differ from the official record or other histories.  Inclusion in the Anthology is not an endorsement by the Foundation.

Book Review: Craig Wilcox, A Kind of Victory: Captain Charles Cox and His Australian Cavalrymen (2014)

Book Review: Jennifer Horsfield, Rainbow: The Story of Rania Macphillamy

‘Banjo’ Paterson, the Light Horse and Yass

Upper  Murray Anzacs

Light Horsemen of the Upper Murray

Harry Chauvel and Rose Creal: Leaders in their own right


Empire Club Canteen – Kantara Egypt February 1919

Our Students Wrote a Book 

Book Review: Sydney Grammar School and the South African Boer War, 1899-1902 by Matthew Glozier


That's Enough Freddy From!: A Review


Martin Balsarini at the Charge of Beersheba


Major Harry Worthington GMVC by Alan G Henderson PSM AM


Grandpa on the Road to Damascus


When Dave met Therese

Frank Massie, his map of the charge at Beersheba and the Bednall Papers

A little-known battle in the Jordan Valley: Abu Tellul

In the Footsteps of the First: 1st Australian Light Horse Regiment: The August Offensive Gallipoli, 1915

Rupert Curnow, who rode with the 8th Australian Light Horse and served his community until well after WWII

I actually met some of the original Lighthorsemen


The Lieutenant Clarence Tongs image collection by 'Trainiac' on Flickr

Captain Charles Arblaster