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The physical Books of Remembrance are temporarily off public display. They will return on Thursday 5 July. Further intermittant disruption to access will occur until Friday 13 July, inclusive.

The Books of Remembrance, carefully inscribed by a team of nine calligraphers, contain the names of the 89,100 members of the Australian Imperial Force, the Royal Australian Navy and the Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force who were either born or enlisted in Victoria and served overseas in World War I, or died in camp prior to embarkation. There are thirty-eight Army and Flying Corps Books, one Naval Book and one Sundry Book which contains the names of Victorians who served in non-Australian units. The names appear in alphabetical order with no distinction of rank, although decorations are cited. Where there are identical names, the service number is recorded for further identification.

The Books of Remembrance Conservation Project was supported by the Victorian Government and Victorian Veterans Council.