NZ at War

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History in Photos: George Frederick Kaye. J D Ruscoe leaning on his rifle, in an informal and characteristic New Zealand pose, on the Cassino battlefront in Italy, 5 April 1944 British Soldier, British Army, Military Photos, Military History, Battle Of Monte Cassino, Italian Campaign, Army Infantry, Photo Restoration, Ww2 Photos

George Frederick Kaye

Civilians outside Orsogna, Italy, giving a drink of wine to a New Zealand soldier, 16 June 1944 Italian civilians dancing i...

New Zealand soldiers of the WWII LRDG (Long Range Desert Group) pause for tea in the Western Desert, North Africa, 27 March 1941 / Imperial War Museum, UK Afrika Corps, Nz History, North African Campaign, Special Air Service, Man Of War, British Army, War Machine, Special Forces, Military History

THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTH AFRICA 1941

New Zealand members of the LRDG pause for tea in the Western Desert, 27 March 1941.

The Duke of Gloucester meets New Zealand Maori soldiers. The Duke of Gloucester meets New Zealand Maori soldiers. Gloucester, Second World, First World, Nz History, Global Conflict, History Magazine, Horse Silhouette, Anzac Day, Remembrance Day

The Duke of Gloucester meets New Zealand Maori soldiers. 1940.

A Keystone Press Agency photograph. Dated 12th December 1940.

 Included Private Wiremu Eureti, died Street' Crete, 27 May 1941 after charging the advancing German army Maori Tribe, West Papua, Maori Designs, Anzac Day, Defence Force, War Photography, Lest We Forget, North Africa, Erwin Rommel

History Spotlight: The Maori Battalion

A brief recounting of the formation and actions of the 28th Battalion during WWII.

The Native Contingent in Egypt, 1915 World War One, First World, Ww1 Photos, Photographs, Once Were Warriors, Erwin Rommel, Anzac Cove, Maori People, Brothers In Arms

The Native Contingent in Egypt, 1915

These soldiers of the Māori Contingent appear in high spirits in this photo taken in Egypt in early 1915. After a few weeks in Egypt the contingent was sent to Malta for garrison duties, while the remaining New Zealand soldiers went to Gallipoli. The heavy casualties at Anzac Cove meant that any...

Acting F/L Alan C "Al" Deere of No 54 Squadron RAF is presented with the DFC by King George VI at RAF Hornchurch on 27 June 1940. In just 5 days during actions in support of the Dunkirk evacuation, the New Zealander tallied 7 victories, plus 1 shared, 1 probable and 1 damaged. World War One, First World, Dunkirk Evacuation, Battle Of Britain, Fighter Pilot, Royal Air Force, Working Class, King George, Wwii

Acting F/L Alan C "Al" Deere of No 54 Squadron RAF is presented with the DFC by King George VI at RAF Hornchurch on 27 June 1940. In just 5 days during actions in support of the Dunkirk evacuation, the New Zealander tallied 7 victories, plus 1 shared, 1 probable and 1 damaged.

Troops of the Māori Pioneer Battalion at Gallipoli. By the end of the war, 2227 Maori and 458 Pacific Islanders served in the battalion, fighting at Gallipoli and afterwards on the Western Front. Of these, 336 died on active service and 734 were wounded. Ww1 Soldiers, Wwi, World War One, First World, Gallipoli Campaign, History Online, British Soldier, Military History, New Zealand

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New Zealand MAORI Pioneer Battalion WW I <> Matariki 2014 The Maori Contingent - Pioneer Maori Battalion. This display is in conjunction with the centennial commemorative exhibition "The Great / 1918 - Northland Remembers". World War One, First World, Metal Sculptures, Bronze Sculpture, Wood Sculpture, Ww1 Soldiers, Maori People, Frank Morrison, Maori Art

Maori Poineer patch - Page 6 - British & Commonwealth Military Badge Forum

Page 6- Maori Poineer patch New Zealand Badges

A Sapper from the Royal New Zealand Corps of Engineers probes at the earth in the search for more mines after lifting (digging out) a German Tellermine, near Tripoli, Libya, on the of January, Pin by Paolo Marzioli Royal Engineers, Man Of War, History Online, British Army, North Africa, World War Two, Wwii, New Zealand, Image

WW2 in Color

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Members of the World War I Maori Pioneer Battalion taking a break from trench improvement work near Gommecourt, France. Photograph taken by Henry Armytage Sanders on the of July, Nz History, History Online, World War One, First World, Anzac Soldiers, Maori Art, World Globes, Lest We Forget, Maui

Maori pioneers having a rest at the threnches, near Gommecourt, France, 1918.

An Me 109 downed south of Deal at on 9 July acting F/L Alan C… Dunkirk Ww2, The Spitfires, The Blitz, Anzac Day, Battle Of Britain, Head & Shoulders, George Vi, Fighter Pilot, Royal Air Force

Alan Christopher “al” Deere New Zealand pilot who shot down several Bf 109’s . On 28th May 1940 he was shot down over Dunkirk . After crash landing in a Belgian beach he was rescued and traveled to Oost Dunkerke where he had a head injury dressed . He then hitched a ride to Dunkirk and managed to board a boat back to Dover 19 hours after leaving R.A.F Hornchurch. Awarded the DFC ON 12th June which was presented to him by King George VI on 27th June 1940