WORLD WAR ONE
NEW ZEALAND AND WORLD WAR ONE
DEATH OF THE LAST NZ-BORN VETERAN OF WORLD WAR ONE - Rifleman Bright Williams - 13 February 2003.
DEATH OF NEW ZEALAND'S LAST WORLD WAR ONE VETERAN - Victor (Bob) Rudd - 20 November 2005.
TARANAKI'S LAST GALLIPOLI VETERAN DIES - "Gentleman Jack" Moller - 09 July 1991.
HELENA MARIAN BARNARD(BEM) - Helena Barnard was a major fund raiser for the New Zealand war effort during both wars. Six of her eight sons served in the 1NZEF.
ANTHONY FREDERICK WILDING - was born in New Zealand in 1883 and was a Wimbledon singles winner from 1910 to 1913. He was a Captain in the Royal Marines and died 9 May 1915 near Neuve-Chappelle.
Letter from Leslie KENNY re - PRIVATE FRANK HUGHES - NZEF - executed by firing squad - 25 August 1916.
WESTERN FRONT ASSOCIATION - Established in 1980, the Association has more than 6500 members worldwide. (Linked)
NEW ZEALAND MILITARY HISTORY SOCIETY - The Society was formed to foster the study of New Zealand military history of warfare in New Zealand, New Zealanders at war, and to encourage research into traditions, uniforms, insignia and arms.(Linked)
GALLIPOLI ASSOCIATION - The Gallipoli Association is a non-profit making organisation furthering the memories of the Great War Campaign.
The Gallipoli Association's objectives are:
- To keep alive the memory and to commemorate the events of the Great War campaign on the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey that took place from early 1915 to January 1916.
- To ensure that the men who served in the campaign are not forgotten.
- To encourage and facilitate the study of the campaign so that lasting benefit can be gained from its valuable lessons. (Linked)
Reprints of New Zealand Histories of World War One. THE NAVAL and MILITARY PRESS have reprinted many books relating to New Zealand's Roll in the Great War. I can personally recommend them. (Linked)
THE ORDERS, DECORATIONS AND MEDALS OF NEW ZEALAND - photos and information of medals and awards of New Zealand. (Linked)
OFFICIAL REGIMENTAL HISTORIES - New Zealand in the Great War - Official histories originally printed shortly after World War One.
THE LONDON GAZETTE - The London Gazette's from 1914 to 1920 are online and citations given to medal and honour winners during this period are included. For New Zealanders, see the book HONOURS AND AWARDS TO THE NEW ZEALAND EXPEDITIONARY FORCE IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918 by Wayne McDonald (2001 ISBN 0-473-07714-0)as the London Gazette reference numbers are given. (Linked)
NEW ZEALAND WAR GRAVE PHOTOS - a new site by Phil Lascelles. Keep up the good work Phil.
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