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  • First Jewish Battalion at Gallipoli 1915
  • Jewish Officers in the Ottoman Army 1917
  • Re-enlisted Russians from the Zion Mule Corp 1917
  • Volunteers from Argentina to the 38th Royal Fusilers 1918
  • Decorations & Medals given to Zion Mule Corps 1919-1920
  • Commonwealth forces who died during World War One in Palestine 1914-1921: A database of 12,821 soldiers serving in the Commonwealth forces, who died during World War I in Palestine and are buried here or if their grave is unknown and they are listed on memorials.
  • Index of Biographical Materials of Jewish Legionaires at the Beit Hagdudim Museum
  • List of Veterans who want to settle on land: A list of former members of the Jewish Legion that partook in the fighting of World War I that signed a list that they want to settle on land. There is no date on the list. The list includes the names of the people, and for some their addresses and occupations.
  • Members of the Jewish Legion (Gdudim) living in Jerusalem (date unknown)
  • Graduates of Platoon Commander Course – Haganah 1921-1948
  • British Military Service in World War II
    • Male Enlistment
    • Auxiliary Territorial Service (A.T.S.) files
    • An additional list of 385 volunteers in the A.T. S. found in the Central Zionist Archives.
    • An additional list of 2,082 volunteers in the A.T.S. found in the Central Zionist Archives.
    • Histadrut Members who served in the British Forces in World War II: A list of more than 15,000 Histadrut Members that served in the British Forces.
  • Hebrew Soldiers of the Yishuv who fell and perished in World War II 1940-1945
  • POWs from En Tsurim in the War of Independence
  • Etzel Service Card Applications 1949-1953