We have prepared a series of information sheets about New Zealand's First World War Centenary Programme.
Information sheet 1 - The programme overview
This information sheet (number 1) provides a general overview of New Zealand's First World War Centenary Programme. It also explains who is involved, the nature of the programme and where to get more information.
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Information sheet 2 - Our programme narrative
This information sheet (number 2) provides a high-level narrative of New Zealand's participation in the First World War, and details the six themes of the programme:
- 2014: Duty and Adventure
- 2015: The Anzac Connection
- 2016: Transition - a National War Effort
- 2017: The Grind of War
- 2018: The Darkness Before the Dawn
- 2019: Finding Our Way Back
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Information sheet 3 - NZ Occupation of German Samoa
This information sheet (number 3) provides an overview of New Zealand’s Occupation of German Samoa in 1914.
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Information sheet 4 - Departure for the First World War
This information sheet (number 4) is a copy of the first Ngā Tapuwae New Zealand First World War Trails interpretative sign, which is located on the Wellington waterfront.
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Programme overview diagram
This diagram supplements the information sheets (number 1 and 2), providing a visual overview of New Zealand's First World War Centenary Programme.
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Walking with an Anzac is our programme to help students understand the role New Zealand played in the First World War. The Ministry of Education has also created First World War inquiry guides and resource packs on tki.org.nz