"Lest We Forget"

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Ngāpuhi nursing sisters, Whāngārei, 1901

Although neither Māori nor women served in the New Zealand armed forces in the South African War, they shared in the new soldierly identification. These Ngāpuhi nurses are dressed up in uniforms to collect funds for the war.

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In photos: Australia and New Zealand during WWII

With the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II on Sept. 1, take a look back at photographs of Australia and New Zealand’s role in one of the greatest conflicts in history.

Indigenous New Zealanders, of the Maori Pioneer Battalion, prepare to deploy to the Middle Eastern Theatre, WWI. Treaty Of Waitangi, Maori People, New Mods, Colorized Photos, Rugby World Cup, World War I, Wwi, First World, History

Once were Anzacs: The epic history of Māori soldiers in WWI

Despite disputes over land at the time, Māori soldiers rose to the occasion during WWI, making NZ proud.

Recreating the Southland Infantry Company at Gallipoli Tanya Roberts and Annitta Michelle School Kit, Lest We Forget, World War One, Ottoman Empire, New Zealand, Military, Australia, History, World War I

Recreating the 8th Southland Infantry Company at Gallipoli 1915: Tanya Roberts and Annitta Michelle

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100 New Zealand First World War Postcards: "With Sturdy Stride They March Away" - the March over the Rimutaka Ranges World War One, First World, School Kit, Lest We Forget, New Zealand, Past, Soldiers, Sunderland, Ranges

"With Sturdy Stride They March Away" - the March over the Rimutaka Ranges

"With sturdy stride they march away To the roll of the kettle-drums brave, To cheery trumpets blare and play And the starry banners wave. They need no spurs to urge them on; Their hearts are beating fast, And tear-bright eyes have smiled and shone As rank on rank swept past. From columns deep of marching feet The dust-clouds scatter and blow, And boom-boom-boom! the big drums beat To let the nations know..." From a song written by Will Lawson (1876-1957). The Fifteenth Reinforcement marching…

History in Photos: Henry Armytage Sanders. New Zealand nurses and medical officers of the New Zealand Stationary Hospital gathered beneath an archway carved by a Maori patient. Through the archway rows of huts are visible. Nz History, History Online, Photo Record, Flanders Field, Young Life, Lest We Forget, World War One, Secret Life, People Photography

16 August, 1918 - New Zealand nurses and medical officers of the New Zealand Stationary Hospital

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The remains of Henry John Innes Walker of New Zealand, a Captain serving in the First World War, have been discovered in Langemark-Poelkapelle (West Flanders). It is exceptional that the remains of a person who perished in the Great War can be identified. World War One, First World, Second Battle Of Ypres, Flanders Field, Killed In Action, Lest We Forget, Photo Reference, Wwi, New Zealand

Kiwi remains identified more than a century later on WWI battlefield in Belgium

Archaeologists make a rare identification of century-old kiwi remains.

'Massey's Tourists' - New Zealand's Expeditionary Force in Egypt Troops, Soldiers, Lest We Forget, Boxing Day, World War One, Wwi, Plymouth, New Zealand, Mount Rushmore

'Massey's Tourists' - New Zealand's Expeditionary Force in Egypt

Former Nazi guard, age 100, charged as accessory to murder in Germany - NZ Herald Political Prisoners, Prisoners Of War, Ontario, Israel, State Court, Forced Labor, Lest We Forget, Pictures Of The Week, Nails

Former Nazi guard, age 100, charged as accessory to murder in Germany - NZ Herald

Former Nazi guard, age 100, charged as accessory to murder in Germany - NZ Herald

The untold story of an Army nurse who risked his life to save others at the Battle of Baghak: 'There was a firefight going on around me' | Stuff.co.nz Farewell Note, Lance Corporal, Best Mate, Lest We Forget, Battle, Army, Life, Gi Joe, Military

The untold story of an Army nurse who risked his life to save others at the Battle of Baghak: 'There was a firefight going on around me'

The army nurse wrote a farewell note to his daughter. But he survived - and saved the lives of injured comrades.