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Resources for follow up re New Zealand in WWI

Discussion in 'More New Zealand Resources' started by Britjan, Sep 4, 2015.

  1. Britjan

    Britjan LostCousins Star

    Copied from a page I started for the co-curators of the Lives of the First World War Facebook group .

    All that Remains
    All That Remains: WWI objects from New Zealand museum collections | He Waihotanga Iho mai i te Pakanga Tuatahi is a collections-driven exhibition project that explores New Zealanders’ objects related to WWI from both overseas and the home front.

    WW 100 *
    The centenary of New Zealand's participation in the First World War will be marked from 2014-2019 through commemorative events, projects and activities in all parts of the country.

    * Quote from the website Battle for Chunuk Bair - Turkey commemoration August 2015 , a colour party carrying the regimental colour of the 5th Wellington, West Coast and Taranaki Battalion Group that displays the battle honours for Sari Bair stood stoically through the service. It was the first time the regimental colour had been back on the Gallipoli Peninsula since the ill-fated campaign.
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  2. Britjan

    Britjan LostCousins Star

    I don't want to start a new thread so just a note that Lives of the First World War volunteers have sorted out a number of WWI lives for ANZAC's that were difficult to trace due to some errors in surnames etc. So if you have a name you thought should be at Lives it is worth taking another look. If you are still having problems p.m. me and I'll ask my online colleagues who do all this wonderful work.
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