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A battalion of New Zealand troops marches past the gates of Buckingham Palace, London, after World War I.
A battalion of New Zealand troops marches past the gates of Buckingham Palace, London, after World War I. Photograph taken early May 1919 by Thomas Frederick Scales.  Original image from
Albert Reid WW1.
Albert Daniel Harkin Reid joined the “1st Battalion Wellington Infantry Regiment, as a lance corporal, on the 18th of August 1914, aged 27, registration #10/615. Home service was one year
Albert Reid WW1.
Albert Daniel Harkin Reid joined the “1st Battalion Wellington Infantry Regiment, as a lance corporal, on the 18th of August 1914, aged 27, registration #10/615. Home service was one year
Albert Reid WW1 – Medals.
Albert Daniel Harkin Reid joined the “1st Battalion Wellington Infantry Regiment, as a lance corporal, on the 18th of August 1914, aged 27, registration #10/615. Home service was one year
Albert Reid WW1 – Medals and pictures.
Albert Daniel Harkin Reid joined the “1st Battalion Wellington Infantry Regiment, as a lance corporal, on the 18th of August 1914, aged 27, registration #10/615. Home service was one year
Bert Henson and his wife Marjorie, Dec 1940.
Bert Henson and his wife Marjorie, Dec 1940
Bert Henson medals.
Bert Henson medals box.
10/3292 Corporal Joseph Herbert H. Henson Military Medal 1914-1915 Star British War Medal Victory Medal War Medal 1939-45 N.Z. War Service Medal J.H. Henson. Anzac Day. 1995
Bill Jenkins 01.
Bill Jenkins was too young to go to war without parental permission, which his father Robert gave, much against Bill's mother Annie’s wishes. Bill was killed in action on April
Bill Jenkins 02.
Bill Jenkins was too young to go to war without parental permission, which his father Robert gave, much against Bill's mother Annie’s wishes. Bill was killed in action on April