NEW ZEALAND AND WORLD WAR ONE
WAR MEMORIALS/ROLLS OF HONOUR
New Zealand - ROLL OF HONOUR - ALPHABETICAL.
New Zealand - ROLLS OF HONOUR - by LOCATION.
New Zealand - ROLLS OF HONOUR - NURSES.
New Zealand - TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN WARRIOR. (Linked)
War Memorials of the First World War in - NEW ZEALAND - Including a list of war memorials by area. New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage Site. (Linked)
World War One Memorials to the New Zealand - MISSING - New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage Site. (Linked)
COMMONWEALTH WAR GRAVES COMMISSION - Web Site. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission dates for the two World Wars are from 4 August 1914 till 31 August 1921 for World War One, and from 3 September 1939 until 31 December 1947 for World War Two. These extended dates capture many (hopefully, most,) of those service people who returned to New Zealand having been wounded, gassed, or taken ill overseas but who died after the official end of the wars from these causes.(Linked)
THE CAMPAIGN FOR WAR GRAVE COMMEMORATIONS - Dedicated to the identification & commemoration of those missing from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission's registers & the correction of erroneous or misleading service details.
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