Pages tagged with: war memorials

On 16 January 1940, to recognize the role the New Zealand ship HMS Achilles had played in the Battle of the River Plate, Auckland City Council resolved to name the tip of the headland on the western side of the Tamaki River as Achilles Point.
Lancaster Memorial in Te Atatū commemorating New Zealand airmen killed in action during the Second World War.
Waipipi War memorial rolls in South Auckland
Matakawau War Memorial Hall in South Auckland.
The Mitchell family of North Otago exemplified the imperial unity and devotion that was characteristic of many New Zealand families during the First World War.
Devonport Memorial Drive commemorates men from the area who lost their lives during the Second World War
First World War roll of honour inside St Johns Presbyterian Church in Papatoetoe
Memorial altar dedicated to old boys of the Papatoetoe Orphan Home who lost their lives during the First World War
Fort Cautley Memorial Saluting Battery on North Head, Devonport, Auckland.TranscriptMemorial plaque:UBIQUEFORT CAUTLEY MEMORIAL SALUTING BATTERY9TH COAST REGIMENT R.N.Z.A.THIS TABLET IS PLACED HERE IN MEMORY OF THOSE MEMBERS OF THE AUCKLAND GARRISON ARTILLERY WHO SERVED OVERSEAS IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918, AND OF THE 9TH HEAVY REGIMENT N.Z.A. AND THE R.N.Z.A.
Wakatere Boating Club's starting Memorial Tower at Narrow Neck Beach, North Shore, Auckland. Early in 1960, the club commissioned a starting tower that would serve as a lasting memorial to its members who had lost their lives during the Second World War.
The mayor of Whakatāne plants an oak tree in the grounds of the public school in memory of ex-pupils who died during the First World War, 1919
Avatele war memorial in Niue, Anzac Day, 2001
Atiu war memorial in the Cook Islands
Taumakatoga war memorial in Niue
Mutalau war memorial in Niue
Liku war memorial in Niue
Lakepa war memorial in Niue
Hikutavake war memorial in Niue
Hakupu war memorial in Niue
Tuapa war memorial in Niue

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