New Zealand Battlefields and Memorials of the Western Front
This is a guide book that provides directions for those who wish to visit the graves of their forbears or to examine the places in which so much New Zealand blood was shed, often in horrifying conditions. Brief descriptions of the various battles in which the New Zealanders took part are provided to give the visitor a perspective on the numerous New Zealand battlefields, monuments, and cemeteries.
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Alexander Turnbull Library Allied Amiens Anzac Corps April Archives New Zealand Armentieres Armistice Arras artillery August Australian Division Averill Bailleul Bapaume barrage Battalion Beaudignies Belgium Brigade British Cemetery Canadian captured casualties cathedral Cemetery Number Cemetery Ploegsteert Cemetery St Jan Churchyard Cloth Hall commemorated Communal Cemetery Extension crossroads Cyclist Farm Cemetery fighting Flanders Flers forces France front line German offensive Grevillers Havrincourt headstones July Kemmel kilometres leper Longueval machine-gun Marfaux Menin Gate Menin Road Mesen metres Military Cemetery museum November NZEF October Otago Passchendaele Passendale Peronne plaque Ploegsteert Wood Polderhoek Poperinge proceed Quesnoy recorded the names Regiment Road Cemetery Roeselaarestraat sector September Sergeant shell Solesmes Somme three kilometres town tunnellers turn left turn right unidentified unveiled Victoria Cross village wall Website Western Front World Zealand attack Zealand battlefield Zealand Division Zealand graves Zealand Memorial Zealand soldiers Zealand troops Zealanders advanced Zealanders are buried Zealanders buried Zillebeke