|Никифор Станиславович Домиловский
|Residence before enlistment
|Served as Russian subject
|Place of enlistment
|Cairns (re-attested at Enoggera, Qld 6.04.1915)
|Gallipoli, 1915; Western Front, 1916
|26 Villers-Bretonneux, France
Roll of Honour (AWM)
From Russian Anzacs in Australian History:
Russians who joined the army together, or who met up at training camp, would often embark together. Six Russians from Brisbane, for instance -- the journalists Chirvin and Fedorovich, the engineer Romanovsky, the labourer Domilovsky, the former revolutionary turned cane-cutter Rosalieff, and the butcher Soolcovsky -- all ended up together in the 9th Battalion's 5th reinforcement, departing on the Kyarra on 16 April 1915, along with Korotcoff, a cane-cutter from Port Douglas.
From Falling stars: The story of Anzacs from Ukraine:
Enlisting in the army in Cairns, Nickefor Domilovsky did not forget his family in the village of Stavishche in Ukraine. Together with this photograph, he sent them a block of chocolate with gold hidden inside, which saved his sister Matryona's family during WWI.