|Russian spelling||Михаил Атaeв|
|Place||Khristianovskoe (Digora), Ossetia, the Caucasus|
|Religion||Roman Catholic (?)|
|Father||Alexander Atoff [Ataev]|
|Residence before enlistment||Bundaberg, Qld; Kurri Kurri, NSW|
|Naturalisation||Served as Russian subject|
|Residence after the war||Received permit to leave Australia after the war|
|Place of enlistment||West Maitland, NSW|
|Place||Western Front, 1918|
|Final fate||RTA 31.05.1919|
Digitised service records (NAA)
Digitised Embarkation roll entry (AWM)
Digitised recommendation for award (AWM)
Court-martial records (NAA)
Alien registration (NAA)
Елена Говор, Осетинские анзаки. - Северная Осетия, 14 сентября 2007.
И.Т. Марзоев, Н.О. Малкарова, Эмиграция осетин в страны Северной Америки и Австралию в первой трети ХХ века, Владикавказ, 2016, с. 58-59.
From Russian Anzacs in Australian History:
The strain experienced by the Australian troops by this time was enormous and was beginning to show. On 21 September  a company from the 1st Australian Battalion which was due to be relieved was, instead, ordered back into action -- an order they refused to obey. A Russian among those who mutinied was Mik Atoff, formerly a miner in West Maitland. The mutineers were court-martialled, accused of desertion, and given sentences that were later suspended.