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Anzac

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Portrait, Auckland Weekly News 1915 - No known copyright restrictions Gallipoli Campaign, Killed In Action, Sports Clubs, World War One, New Zealand, Memories, Auckland, Army, Portrait

Thomas Marshall Percy Grace

Thomas (Hami) Marshall Percy Grace - Cenotaph.

ALLTEAMS is a web site and sports club management tool that connects your club with players, supporters and sponsors to increase funding and reduce administration time and cost. Gallipoli Campaign, Sports Clubs, Investigations, Study

Thomas Marshall Percy (Hami) Grace (1890-1915)

ALLTEAMS is a web site and sports club management tool that connects your club with players, supporters and sponsors to increase funding and reduce administration time and cost.

Observed on 25 April each year, Anzac Day was originally to honour the members of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) who fought at Gallipoli against the Ottoman Empire during World War I. World War One, First World, Anzac Memorial, Gallipoli Campaign, Anzac Cove, Anzac Day, Lest We Forget, World History, Ww1 History

The Landing at Anzac, 25 April 1915

Part of the 4th Battalion and the mules of the 26 Indian Mounted Battery landing at 8am on 25 April 1915. One the beach lies the body of an Australian engineer. The photograph was taken by Lance-Corporal A.R.H.Joyner, of the 1st Divisional Signal Company, who was killed on 4 December 1916 in France. It comes from a published volume, which was rephotographed and then archived in a series of historic Post Office prints. Archives New Zealand reference: AAME W5603 Box 118/ 11/17/24…

The Discovery Box and associated Teacher Resources supporting the Walking with an Anzac Programme. Discovery Box, Teacher Resources, Guns, War, Lettering, Weapons Guns, Condolence Letter, Drawing Letters

Walking with an Anzac — Your item has a story

The WW100NZ Discovery Box and associated Teacher Resources supporting the Walking with an Anzac Programme.

Dead Mans Penny - Hami Grace Dead Man, Take That

He died for freedom and honour

The Dead Man's Penny sent to Hami Grace's family back in New Zealand. Hami was known for taking a sack full of grenades & sneaking over to the Turkish trenches & causing mayhem by throwing them up and down the trenches. This was a task often given to those with a cricketing background. His actions preceded those of another famous NZ 2/Lt from a later war who with his sack full of grenades crawled his way to the first of his two Victoria Crosses. Hami was awarded a Mentioned in Despatches for…

The Discovery Box and associated Teacher Resources supporting the Walking with an Anzac Programme. Discovery Box, Archer, Cairo, Teacher Resources, Dinner, Sterling Archer, Dining, Food Dinners, Hand Warmers

Walking with an Anzac — Your item has a story

The WW100NZ Discovery Box and associated Teacher Resources supporting the Walking with an Anzac Programme.

Victor Gallie, Thomas Kinder and Stephen Archer are all involved in the same Rugby Match (Wellington College v Wanganui Collegiate Aug Wellington College, Archer, Rugby, Kids, Sterling Archer, Football

Papers Past | Newspapers | Evening Post | 30 August 1910 | COLLEGE MATCH.

COLLEGE MATCH. ♦ WELLINGTON v WANGANUI. A WIN FOR THE LOCAL TEAM. The Wellington and Wanganui College teams fought out a strenuous match yesterday, the first of tha three in the inter-collegiate Rugby tournament. The game was fast all through, and at times the excitement ran above the normal level, even of a school match. The teams were as under :—: — Wellington.— Full-back, H. C. Capper; three-quarters, D. C. Armstrong, H. C. Chifds, T. W. Pairnian; fiveI eighths, R. Harris, M. R. Stowart…

Lieutenant Grace of Wellington Rugby Players, Inventions, Brave

Lieutenant Grace of Wellington

The short life of Thomas “Hami” Grace is very much the stuff of legend. The word “brave” seems to have been invented for him, although his unassuming manner is commented upon as much as his courage…