Lest we forget: Remember WW1 pays tribute to the women on the home front who served on the land and in hospitals, as well as the servicemen killed across the world

Remember WW1: embracing the spirit of the Home Front

WWI - Lest we forget: Remember WWI pays tribute to the women on the home front who served on the land and in hospitals, as well as the servicemen .

Halt! Thy tread is on a hero’s grave, Australian lads lie sleeping below.  Just rough wooden crosses at their heads, to let their comrades know.  They’d sleep no better for marble ones, or monuments so grand,  They sleep in tranquil contentment, in that far off Turkish land.

Anzac cove is very important to Australians and New Zealanders is a small cove on the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey. It became famous as the site of World War I landing of the ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) on 25 April

Nurse with a Gallipoli Kitten

A Gallipoli nurse with a kitten mascot, born in the trenches.

Simpson and his donkey, Gallipoli painting | NZHistory, New Zealand history online

Moore-Jones, Horace Millichamp 'To the memory of our hero comrade 'Murphy' (Simpson) killed May Heroes of the Red Cross. Private Simpson, D., & his donkey at Anzac' Watercolour

Newsletters and webpage updates of the New Zealand Mounted Rifles

Newsletters and webpage updates of the New Zealand Mounted Rifles

Newsletters and webpage updates of the New Zealand Mounted Rifles

Images - Australians in World War 1 - Research Guides at State Library of Victoria Australian despatch rider at Gallopoli

Featherston barracks

History of the military training camp at Featherston during the First World War

Women fundraising for Belgium, First World War | NZHistory, New Zealand history online

Women fundraising for Belgium, First World War

2008 stamp

The many New Zealanders who lost their lives fighting on foreign fields are being remembered and honoured in New Zealand Post’s latest Stamp Issue; The ANZAC Series – Stories of Nationhood.

Gallipoli: A Ridge Too Far eBook

This new book about the Gallipoli battles is unique in presenting a range of views by distinguished historians from every country involved in the conflict. Writers from Australia, New Zealand, Britain, France and India join historians from Germany and Tur

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