NEW ZEALAND ROLLS OF HONOUR
|SOUTH AFRICA||1899-1902||228 deaths|
|WORLD WAR ONE||1914-1918 (1923)||16,697 deaths/41,000 wounded|
|WORLD WAR TWO||1939-1945||11,625 deaths|
|WORLD WAR TWO - Merchant Seaman||1939-1945||233 deaths|
|WORLD WAR TWO - Japan Occupation Force||1946-1949||16 deaths (15?)|
|KOREA||1950-1957||41 deaths (43?)|
|MALAYA/MALAYSIA||1952-1960/1963-1966||26 deaths (20?)|
|VIETNAM||1962-1975||37 deaths + 2 NZ Civilians|
|EAST TIMOR||1999 - 2004||5 deaths|
|AFGHANISTAN||2001 -||Still counting|
A SON KILLED IN BOTH WORLD WAR ONE AND TWO.
Hamilton East Cemetery Monumental Inscriptions has:
Paul PRISK d. 18 July 1932 aged 68
wife Margaret Ellen died 6 Dec 1958 aged 86
Bdr E P PRISK (MM) DOW 13 May 1918 a 23y (ie born c1895)
Sgt J R PRISK KIA 1 Dec 1941 a 33y (ie born c1908)
THREE TELEGRAMS IN ONE DAY.
The Te Aroha News of September 27 says - Mr John Timmins was the recipient of no less than three telegrams this morning announcing that three of his sons serving at the front had been put out of action. Private William Timmins, died of wounds on September 16, Private Charles Timmins was wounded in the hips and admitted to the hospital on the same date, while Private Edward Timmins was wounded in the thigh and foot, apparently on September 12th, having been admitted to the hospital on that date. Sincere sympathy is due to the bereaved parents and other members of the family in their loss. The parents have reason to be proud of having has six sons serving their country. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLV, Issue 6778, 4 October 1916, Page 2]
NEW ZEALAND ROLL OF HONOUR IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR - 1899 - 1902.
WORLD WAR ONE
NEW ZEALAND ROLL OF HONOUR IN WORLD WAR ONE - 1914 - 1923.
NEW ZEALANDERS KILLED WHILST SERVING IN OTHER FORCES DURING WORLD WAR ONE.
NEW ZEALAND AIR WAR DEATHS - WORLD WAR ONE.
NEW ZEALAND MERCHANT NAVY WAR DEATHS - 1917 [on board the Aparima].
NEW ZEALAND NAVAL WAR DEATHS - WORLD WAR ONE.
MAORI BATTALION - GALLIPOLI - Linked
1NZEF - CHUNUK BAIR MEMORIAL - Linked
WORLD WAR TWO
THAILAND - BURMA RAILWAY MUSEUM. The museum has a database (not online) of the 21,600 who died working on the railway or in captivity elsewhere. There are 18 New Zealanders in the database.
POW DEATHS IN JAPAN. POW's who died in Japan during World War Two - has lists of camps and inmates.
NEW ZEALAND PERSONNEL WHO GAVE THEIR ALL IN THE OCCUPATION OF JAPAN
J-FORCE - 1946 - 1949.
NEW ZEALAND PERSONNEL WHO GAVE THEIR ALL IN THE KOREAN WAR - 1950 - 1957.
NEW ZEALAND PERSONNEL WHO GAVE THEIR ALL IN THE - MALAYA EMERGENCY
1948 - 1960/1963 - 1966.
ROYAL NEW ZEALAND INFANTRY REGIMENT - "ORIGINALS" - ROLL OF HONOUR - MALAYSIA.
NEW ZEALAND PERSONNEL WHO GAVE THEIR ALL IN THE THAILAND WAR - 1962 - 1971.
NEW ZEALAND PERSONNEL WHO GAVE THEIR ALL IN THE VIETNAM WAR - 1962 - 1975.
WHISKY COMPANY - 1RNZIR/2RAR - ROLL OF HONOUR - VIETNAM - 1967 - 1968.
ROYAL NEW ZEALAND INFANTRY REGIMENT - "ORIGINALS" - ROLL OF HONOUR - VIETNAM.
FLINKENBERG LIST - New Zealanders who served in Vietnam 1965-1972.
NEW ZEALAND WAR DEATHS FROM RHODESIA - 1978.
NEW ZEALAND WAR DEATHS FROM FALKLAND ISLANDS - 1982.
NEW ZEALAND WAR DEATHS FROM EAST TIMOR. - 1999-2004.
NEW ZEALAND WAR DEATHS FROM KUWAIT. - 2001.
NEW ZEALAND WAR DEATHS FROM AFGHANISTAN. 2001 -
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