Neville Browning


  • Employer: Computer Engineer for Fujitsu Australia LTD
    Duration of Current Employment: 14 years

Work Accreditations:

  • Certificate IV in Computer Maintenance
  • Dell Certified Systems Engineer L1 Certificate
  • Weights and Measures Inspector

Military History Accreditations:
Author of the following books:

  • Fix Bayonets. Anecdotal history of the 51st Battalion AIF
  • The Blue and White Diamond. History of the 28th Battalion AIF
  • The Westralian Battalion. History of the 44th Battalion AIF
  • The 52nd Battalion. History of the 52nd Battalion AIF
  • For King and Cobbers. History of the 51st Battalion AIF
  • Leane’s Battalion. History of the 48th Battalion AIF
  • Gallipoli to Tripoli (joint author with I Gill). History of the 10th Light Horse Regiment.

Current Projects:

  • Book – Fromelles to Peronne. History of the 31st Battalion AIF.
    (Being researched with the assistance of a grant by the Army History Unit)
  • Western Front tours in conjunction with Mr Frank Taylor of Kokoda Treks & Tours.

Western Front Accreditations:

  • Tour guide for The Other Anzac Day Tour, 2008. Organisation: Military History Tours, Sydney NSW.
  • Tour guide for The Remembrance Day Tour, 2008. Organisation: Military History Tours, Sydney NSW.

Other Projects in Military History:

  • Author of The Borehole Bulletin, The journal of the 2/4th Machine Gun Battalion. A quarterly publication. A voluntary position held for over ten years.
  • Author of numerous articles for The West Australian newspaper in their Anzac Day and Remembrance Day supplements over the last seven years. The latest article was a story on Sir John Monash, published in the Anzac Day supplement, 2012.
  • Free research service offered to members of the general public, in search of information regarding their ancestor’s service in WWI. Conducted for over ten years.
  • Free relic and photographic displays and lectures for local libraries and elderly organisations.
  • Type-setter for the following books: Fremantle to France and Bloody Angle, Bullecourt and Beyond.

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