Search this database of all known New Zealanders that served in WW1. Amazing records of letters, death notices, injury notices can be accessed here. Search is by full name. Ask the librarians for assistance if you need help.
Ever since 1917 Passchendaele has been a byword for the horror of the First World War. The assault on this tiny Belgian village cost the lives of thousands of New Zealand soldiers. But its impact reached far beyond the battlefield, leaving deep scars on many New Zealand communities and families.
The First World War resource guide for schools provides access to relevant online World War One and WW100 commemoration resources. This includes the experience and perspective of New Zealanders during the Great War, here and overseas.
This is the link to 'Index New Zealand' a database of NZ newspaper and magazine articles. Many of the example
Le Quesnoy articles in the blue folders come from this database, managed through National Library. Articles must be ordered in. Try a search on this link and see what articles you can find. Ask a librarian to help you order your articles. They will arrive in 2 days.
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