Harold H Fels

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Walking with an Anzac — A Hallenstein Bros. Sheet Music, Music Score, Music Charts, Music Sheets

Walking with an Anzac — A Hallenstein Bros. Uniform, WW100NZ

When war broke out, Hallenstein Bros. contributed in many ways including the making of Anzac uniforms in their Dunedin factory. Harold was the son of Willi Fels, the managing director at the time so it would have been very special for him to wear the uniform his family’s company had been produced.

Charles Brasch, n. Brasch Papers, MS - Harold's nephew and Willi Fels grandson. Investigations, Ms

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Charles Brasch spent a huge amount of time with his grandfather. Diary Entry, Dear Diary, Investigations, Insight, Literature, Literatura, Caro Diario

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From literature to lovers, Charles Brasch's diary entries offer deeply personal insights into a man who influenced many, writes Shane Gilchrist....

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Meet the objects: The daily life of a soldier

Search more than one million catalogue records from Auckland Museum’s natural sciences, human history and documentary heritage collections.

NZ infantry uniform worn at the time of the Gallipoli campaign, 1915 British Army Uniform, British Uniforms, British Soldier, Nz History, History Online, History Photos, Fun World, World War One, First World

NZ infantry uniform, 1914-15

NZ infantry uniform worn at the time of the Gallipoli campaign, 1915

Walking with an Anzac — A Hallenstein Bros. Christian Names, Terms Of Service, Investigations

Walking with an Anzac — A Hallenstein Bros. Uniform, WW100NZ

When war broke out, Hallenstein Bros. contributed in many ways including the making of Anzac uniforms in their Dunedin factory. Harold was the son of Willi Fels, the managing director at the time so it would have been very special for him to wear the uniform his family’s company had been produced.

Walking with an Anzac — A Hallenstein Bros. Investigations, Map, Location Map, Peta, Maps

Walking with an Anzac — A Hallenstein Bros. Uniform, WW100NZ

When war broke out, Hallenstein Bros. contributed in many ways including the making of Anzac uniforms in their Dunedin factory. Harold was the son of Willi Fels, the managing director at the time so it would have been very special for him to wear the uniform his family’s company had been produced.

Harold's Father makes a statement about the firm's loyalty to Britain. The Eighth Day, Loyalty, Britain, Father, Pai, Faith

Papers Past | Newspapers | Ashburton Guardian | 17 May 1915 | ATTACK ON HALLENSTEIN BROS.

ATTACK ON HALLENSTEIN BROS. STATEMENT BY THE GENERAL MANAGER DUNEDIN, May 17. Mr W. Fels, managing director of Hallenstein Brothers, Limited, speaking at Wanganui, stated that his firm had always t>«on one of the most loyal in the [Dominion. It had supported from the outbreak of the' war, _ all patriotic movements, and within eight days of the receipt of news of the declaration of war the firm issued a circular to all its branches in New Zea-land,-stating that it would pay all its men who…

Anti - German feeling around Hallenstein and DIC Investigations, German, Feelings, Words, Paper, Stones, Deutsch, German Language, Horse

Papers Past | Newspapers | NZ Truth | 13 February 1915 | THE D.I.C.'S DECLARATION

THE D.I.C.'S DECLARATION SOME SHAREHOLDERS DOMICILED IN GERMANY "TRUTH" INVESTIGATES TO SATISFY PUBLIC CURIOSITY principal Proprietors, Profits, and the Position Plainly Put •i-iW9^~ — ._ ' ________ . Borne three weeks ago; "Truth" received a couple of letters, one from Christchurch and one froi!n Wellington, which could not be published until certain Investigations were made m the proper quarters. As the two epistles practically dealt with the same aub- . jeot, we have chosen to print the…

What Mr Hallenstein says Positivity, Feelings, Sayings, Lyrics, Quotations, Qoutes, Proverbs

Papers Past | Newspapers | NZ Truth | 22 May 1915 | WHAT MR. HALLENSTEIN SAYS.

WHAT MR. HALLENSTEIN SAYS. ''Truth's*' Christchurch rep. spoke to Mr. Hallenstein at Christchurch after the news of the riot had been received. He keenly feels his position. It is understood that the sons of some of the members of the Bristol Piano Company are at present serving with the New Zealand Forces, and that Lieutenant Hyams, of the Welsh Fusiliers, lately reported killed m action m Flanders, was a nephew of Mr. Hallenstein.

Hallenstein Bros give 500 pounds to the patriotic fund

Papers Past | Newspapers | Star (Christchurch) | 13 August 1914 | FOR THE FRONT.

FOR THE FRONT. MANY FOOTBALLERS. [Per Press Association.] WELLINGTON, August 13. The volunteering lias Lad a marked effect on football teams. The Wellington team which was leading for the Senior Cup had ten men chosen for the advance party. The club's committee has been wiped out.. The secretary; treasurer and executive have gone. The Athletic Juniors sent all except one member. Other clubs are well represented. ASHBURTON'S MEN. (Special to the :i Star.") ASHBURTONj August 13…

Parcels for Lady Liverpools Fund can be received at Hallentein Bros. Investigations, Liverpool, Connection, Lady

Papers Past | Newspapers | Colonist | 12 August 1914 | LADY LIVERPOOL'S FUND.

LADY LIVERPOOL'S FUND. Parcels for Lady Liverpool's fund in aid of the equipment of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force will be received at Hallenstein Bros.' vacant shop in Trafalgar street, and should be clearly addressed. A meeting of the Nelson executive and sub-committees in connection with Lady Liverpool's Fund will be held in the'"Mayor's room this evening.

 The New Zealand Clothing Company Modern Suits, Optician, Clothing Company, New Zealand

Papers Past | Newspapers | Stratford Evening Post | 30 June 1917 | Page 4 Advertisements Column 1

BUSINESB NOTICES. IF ITS -ITS GOOD TH E "D E R B Y." A Smart Modern Suit in hard wearing Tweeds—made with half belt at back, pleated fronts., two patch packets, open collar, knieker shorts. PRICES 21S to 28S 6ti. For All Manly Boys T H E "C O T S W O L D." Made exactly en the men's model, with yoked back, 4 patch pockets, open collar, knieker shorts—for the bigger boys the suits have breecher cut knickers. ICLOTHIMI/PACTOrai PRICES 21S to 455. NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING COMPANY. " LEWERS'" For…