Pages tagged with: oral history

Interview with dentist and Korean War veteran Allan Cull
Interview with a signalman on the HMNZS Taupo during the Korean War
Listen to some of the stories of New Zealanders involved in the Korean War, 1950-1957.
Interview with Gunner Laurie Valentine who served in the Korean War
Interview with Korean War veteran Wiremu (Bill) Keiha
Royal Air Force Spitfire pilot, Philip Stewart, from Whanganui, describes how he went about destroying enemy trains and other vehicles.
Jack Ingham, the commanding officer on a Royal Navy Landing Craft, describes his journey across the English Channel on D-Day.
New Zealanders who publicly opposed the war were in a very small minority. They came from two main groups: communists and pacifists.
Cover of Alison Parr's book about the experiencs of civilian New Zealanders in the Second World War
This feature is based on the book by Alison Parr Home: Civilian New Zealanders remember the Second World War published by the Penguin Group in 2010.
Extract of interview with Marian Beech
Extract from interview with Mae Carson
Extract from interview with Mae Carson
Extract of interview with Marjorie Browne
Extract of interview with Merv Browne
Extract from interview with Nancy Gillespie
Extract from interview with Joyce Harrison
Extract of interview with Marian Beech
Extract from interview with Sheila Smith
Extract of interview with Joyce Maclean

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