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A list of NZ nurses with the Australian contingents who have received decorations in 1920

ANZAC Memorial 1914-1918 over 20,000 names; this database contains The Anzac Memorial, a book compiled to commemorate those who served in the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) and died in World War I ($)

Australia and New Zealand American Civil War Veterans

Australia's Red Coat Settlers dedicated to the officers, men and families of British Regiments who settled in Australia and New Zealand
 
Boer War  Honours List Extracts from London Gazette 1901 & 1902

Boer War; 1st N.Z. Mounted Rifles; Casualties 1900-1902 including description of wounds, cause of death

Boer War 1900 -1902 - Honour rolled for those killed & wounded

Boer War; Seventh Contingent to Boer War Nominal Roll, which sailed from Port Chalmers 12th March 1902 on SS Kent

British Forces stationed in NZ, of the Navy and Army  1850-1860,  in the New Plymouth area

Casualty List for the battle at Te Ranga 1864 - 43rd Regiment


Casualties from Te Ranga, 21 June 1864. 68th Regiment

 

Commonwealth War Graves Commission WW1 & WW2 - Over 1.7 Million Names lists the names and place of commemoration of the 1.7 million men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died during the two world wars. It also records details of the 67,000 Commonwealth civilians who died "as a result of enemy action" in the Second World War.It ispossible to search by casualty or by cemetery

Crimea & NZ Wars - 68th Regiment

Gallipoli 1915 European Servicemen Surnames A-M  and   N-Z

Gallipoli 1915 Maori Servicemen

Kaurau (Kairau) 1861 Taranaki Wars Casualty Lists

Maori Pioneer Battalion Roll of Honour France & Flanders 1916-1918

Maori Wars 1846 - European Deaths New Zealand's civil war, the Maori Wars from 1843 to 1872 during which Maoris lost the rights to much of their land

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Names extracted from  "To Face the Maoris" by Michael Barthorp (Maori war 1845-1847) over 100 names here

Names from the book "NZ Deserters" circa 1860s

New Zealand Army Personnel 1866 Maori Wars, includes name, rank, regiment and date

New Zealand Defence Force Personnel Records

New Zealand Military Historical Society publish a journal, The Volunteers" three times a year typically in March, July and November. The journal contains a wide range of articles of interest from each of the services, including details of research that has been carried out by members and others

New Zealander's who were awarded the NZ Cross The New Zealand Cross was an award for members of locally raised forces during the New Zealand Wars (Maori wars)

NZ Military Nursing Roll of  Honour WW1 & WW2

New Zealand War Links over 50 links to military databases here

NZ Military Hospital Nurses 1920

New Zealand Rolls of Honour indexed by region

New Zealand War Medal Recipients - New Zealand War

Nurses - Roll of Honour WW1, WW2, Vietnam War

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Settlers, and those settled in NZ, who were attached to the NZ (Maori) Pioneer Battalion in World War One

Royal New Zealand Fencibles a corps known as the Royal New Zealand Fencibles or the "Pensioners" was enrolled in England in 1846 - 47. The Fencibles consisted of discharged British soldiers and sailors, selected on the basis of good character, under 48 years of age (it was later lowered to 41), at least 5ft 5 inches in height and with a minimum of 15 years service.

Victoria Cross Recipients Victoria Cross is the highest British decoration awarded to members of the NZ armed forces for valour while on active service. The medal has been won by British servicemen in NZ during the New Zealand Wars, and by New Zealanders serving in the South African War, and World Wars One and Two

Vietnam War - Roll of Honour 1964-1975  at NZ Ministry for Culture and Heritage site

War Graves and Memorials in New Zealand

Wellington Mounted Rifles WW1 Honours & Awards

WW1 Memorials Register many New Zealand war memorials photos and transcriptions of names on the memorials; at NZ Ministry for Culture and Heritage site

WW1 and WW2 Soldiers List

WW1; Pacific Islanders who served in the New Zealand Maori Pioneer Battalion, 1914 - 1918 name extract from the book:"Te Hokowhitu a Tu: The Maori Pioneer Battalion in the first World War."

WW1..1916 Returning Nurses lists their names and hospital or ship where they served

68th Regiment who discharged & remained in NZ The regiment returned to England early in 1866. Some men elected to stay in NZ. Some had served all their time, others were permitted to 'purchase' their discharge.



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