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Air Force World
National museum of New Zealand Military Aviation. located at the country's oldest military flying field at Wigram.
History of Anzac Day, the Anzacs, biographies and diaries, paintings, photographs, and maps.
Army Museum, Waiouru
Information on prices, facilities, galleries and what's on.
Auckland War Memorial Museum’s Armoury Information Centre
Portal for researchers and collectors of Orders, Decorations and Medals awarded by British Commonwealth countries.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission
The cemeteries, work memorials, horticulture, architecture and records of CWGC and the commemoration of members of the Commonwealth Armed Forces who died in the First and Second World Wars.
Kiwis in Armour
History of armoured fighting vehicles both within New Zealand and in various overseas campaigns, based on research by Jeff Plowman. Information on print titles available and author details included.
National War Memorial
Consists of the War Memorial Carillon and the Hall of Memories. It commemorates the 28,614 New Zealanders who gave their lives in the South African War, World Wars I and II and the wars in Korea, Malaysia and Vietnam.
New Zealand Artillery
A collection of historical articles, images and personal reminiscences from professional gunners (serving and retired).
New Zealand Military Historical Society Inc.
Organisation that fosters the study of New Zealand military history New Zealanders at war, and to encourage research into traditions, uniforms, insignia and arms. Information on society, journal, membership, books and gallery.
The New Zealand Wars
A history of the causes, campaigns and consequences of the 19th Century Land Wars, with reference also to sources, research, studies and existing landscape. Includes photos, maps and detailed text.
The Punji Pit
Poems about the New Zealanders in the Vietnam War.
Recipients of the Victoria Cross for New Zealand
Provides details of all of New Zealand VCs recipients.
South African War
Exhibition about New Zealand's participation, includes over 50 images, sound files and transcripts from letters and newspapers.
Victor Company RNZIR 1967
The original V Company Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment, the first New Zealand infantry unit committed to Vietnam in 1967.
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