WORLD WAR ONE
NEW ZEALAND AND WORLD WAR ONE
Leigh Willoughby's - NEW ZEALAND AND WORLD WAR ONE SITE.
NEW ZEALAND AND LE QUESNOY, FRANCE - New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage Site. (Linked)
WAR POETS AND WAR POEMS - some of my favourite? war poems from the First World War.
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. Also:
18752 SAPPER EDWIN LEONARD BOWDEN - New Zealand Railway Troops - From the Church of Saint Stephen War Memorial, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
Letter from Leslie KENNY re - PRIVATE FRANK HUGHES - NZEF - executed by firing squad - 25 August 1916.
ANZAC DAY - 25 APRIL - New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage Site. Remember the N is NOT silent in the word ANZAC. (Linked)
New Zealand and the - GREAT WAR - A site run by Peter Hoar. He says "One of my interests is World War I and this site is about New Zealand's involvement in that conflict. I am not at all interested in militaria (guns, badges etc) and I am certainly not a militarist. My concerns are with the social and cultural effects of the war. This site is intended to be something of a cross between a memorial and a museum and I hope the information on it will be of use and interest to those who share my fascination with the Great War." (Linked)
New Zealand in the - FIRST WORLD WAR. - New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage Site. (Linked)
New Zealand - ARMED FORCES MEMORIAL PROJECT - This group photographs and collects pictorial records of New Zealand war graves and memorials both overseas and in New Zealand, and also to collect photos and stories of service people. (Linked)
New Zealand Branch of the - WESTERN FRONT ASSOCIATION - Established in 1980, the Association has more than 6500 members worldwide. (Linked)
NZ ARTILLERY OF WORLD WAR ONE - NZ Permanent Old Comrades Assc - also known as - Royal NZ Artillery Comrades Assc.
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)
No1 New Zealand General Hospital - BROCKENHURST - Hampshire, England. These pages are dedicated to those who served in the No.1 New Zealand General Hospital at Brockenhurst and to those who lost their lives there.(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)
ALIEN REGISTER - 1917 - the Somes Island section of the Alien Register compiled under the Registration of Aliens, 1917. This list covers the men interned on Somes Island, Wellington Harbour in late 1917. Work in progress. (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.
ARMISTICE DAY. On November 11, 1918, the Allied powers signed a cease- fire agreement with Germany at Rethondes, France, bringing World War I to a close. Between the world wars, November 11 was commemorated as Armistice Day in the United States, Great Britain, and France. After World War II, the holiday was recognized as a day of tribute to veterans of both world wars. In 1954 the United States designated November 11 as Veterans Day to honor veterans of all U.S. wars. VETERANS DAY
THE FIRST ARMISTICE DAY - USA: When the Doughboys Came Marching Home.
BRITAIN - WORLD WAR ONE: Families of British and Commonwealth soldiers who fought in the First World War will be able to trace their relatives' war records through a website launched November 8, 2004. The NATIONAL ARCHIVES site lists the records of more than five million men and women of the army and Royal Flying Corps who won service medals during the war. Members of the Royal Navy are not included. Anyone who served in the war received at least one campaign medal. Officials said the website index provided the most comprehensive list of First World War military service. National Archives military historian William Spencer said medal records were useful for family history research, often providing the only account of a soldier's wartime service as many other records were destroyed by bombing during the Second World War. Searching the index is free.
BRITAIN - WORLD WAR ONE: In 1921, eighty one volumes were published embracing every regiment and corps of the British Army listing almost 662,000 Soldiers and 41,000 Officers who died in the war, and it is this immense undertaking which is available within this website on a pay-per-view basis. MILITARY-GENEALOGY.COM
THE BRITISH WAR MEMORIAL PROJECT - A voluntary project to build an online International War Memorial to British Service Personnel from 1914 to the present day - including those killed in recent conflicts and peacekeeping operations.
CANADA - WORLD WAR ONE: - a database search, lists all soldiers, with full information on each, including attestation papers.
GREAT WAR LINKS - a Dutch site but has 100s of links to World War One sites in English, French and German.
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