Estonian Anzacs | Eesti Anzac'id


Siin on nimekiri eesti päritoluga meestest kes teenisid Austraalia sõjaväes esimeses maailma sõjas.

At the end of the nineteenth century the population living on the territory of modern day Estonia (Estland and, partly, Lifland provinces of the Russian Empire) was ethnically diverse. This list includes names of all servicemen from this territory except ethnic Russians and Poles. (To see all Estonian-born servicemen search for the word 'Estonia' using the search engine on the home page).

In some cases I could not determine with confidence the ethnic origin of the Estonian-born servicemen listed below. Some of them could be of Latvian, German, Finnish, Danish, Swedish or British origin. At this stage they are recorded as Estonians but further research will help to determine their ethnic origin.

I am grateful for advice from Reet Bergman and Ann Tündern-Smith on spelling of Estonian names.

Adamson, Hendrik
Adamson, Paul
All, Peter
Allikas, Alexander
Aloe, Jack
Amberg, Otto
Ambrosen, William
Andreson, William
Arman, John
Arreta, August
Bartels, John
Bevolsky, Paul Bernard
Blasser, Kurst
Brandt, William
Brun, Mathias Gustav
Eller, William
Evert, Nicholas
Fuks, Jan Heinrich
Hansen, Harry
Harast, Alexander
Hektor, Valdimar
Hellman, Edward
Holland, Johan
Ilupmaggi, Roman
Jackson, Gustave
Janus, John
Johnson, Herman
Johnson, Martin
Juckham, Henry Martin
Jurgens, Alexander
Jurgenson, Herman
Jurgenson, Peter
Kampman, Ferdinand
Kampmann, Otto
Kasak, John
Kattel, Johannes
Kaufman, Karl
Keiss, Leonard George
Kilter, Juhan
Kiviselg, Alexander
Kodak, Arthur
Koel, Peter
Koppel, Charles
Kullerhein, Jacob
Lambahirt, Theodor
Lembit, Alexander
Lembit, Johannes
Lepama, William
Levet, Jacob Henry
Limbek, Jack
Limbek, Yai
Limwerk, August
Loune, Karl
Magi, William
Malberg, William
Martinson, August
Mast, Joseph
Merkulski, Johannes Benjamin
Metser, Peter
Michelson, Albert Gustav
Mikolaizyk, Victor Ivan
Odenberg, Adolf
Oders, Alexander
Orgeson, Christian
Pannel, Peter
Peekman, Edward Henry
Peremes, William Vassili
Pertel, Charles
Petterson, Karl
Poppel, Edward
Preis, Karl
Pry, William
Puho, Alexander
Puss, Jack
Rantman, Jakov Robert
Rattus, Richard
Reimann, Frederick Reinhold
Reise, George
Ruland, James
Sepp, Hendri Teodor
Smitt, Fredrik
Soans, Boris
Taking, Otto
Tamm, Karl
Tammai, Charles
Tanne, Michael
Tarkam, Arthur
Tois, Johannes
Tomson, Edward
Tripp, Andrew
Tuum, Alexander
Veedof, August
Walk, Andrew
Warro, John
Westerberg, John Kristianson
Wiliamson, Aoe
Williams, John
Williamson, John
Wirak, Alexander
Wist, Woldemar