NZ'S FIRST WORLD WAR CENTENARY 2014–2019

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A national commemoration to mark the service of New Zealanders in the Middle East during the First World War. Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, Wellington, 31 October, 11am.

Topics: Commemorations, Ceremonies, Beersheba Audience: General, general audiences Located in: New Zealand, Wellington

Artist Rebecca Holden will talk about what moved her to make the commemorative artworks that form her exhibition 'Sand in the Apricot Jam' at Waikato Museum, Hamilton, 2 April 2017.

Topics: Public Talks & Tours, Palestine, Sinai Campaign, Art, Beersheba Audience: Arts appreciators, historians Located in: New Zealand, Hamilton
Organised by: Waikato Museum

The Aorangi Symphony Orchestra proudly presents a unique First World War commemoration concert relating to the Battle of Romani and war in general at the Auckland Town Hall, 20 November 2016.

Topics: Classical Music, Events, Sinai Campaign, Concert, Beersheba Audience: classical music lovers, General Located in: New Zealand, Auckland

A free talk at Te Puke Public Library about local man Arnold Watson who joined the Imperial Camel Corp in the First World War. This Family History Month event is held on 27 August 2015.

Topics: Public Talks & Tours, Family History, Local history, public talks, Beersheba Audience: family historians, Genealogists, Local residents Located in: New Zealand, Te Puke
Organised by: Te Puke Public Library

Family history experts cover the experiences of New Zealanders and Australians who fought the Ottoman Empire across the Middle East. Central City Library, Auckland, 30 September 2014.

Topics: Events, Public talks and tours, Palestine, Beersheba Audience: local visitors Located in: New Zealand, Auckland
Organised by: Auckland Council

Maps locating cemeteries which include graves or memorials for members of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force who died during the First World War.

Topics: Digital, War Graves, Publications, Beersheba Audience: Researchers, Tourists, Students, Teachers Located in: New Zealand, Wellington