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Anti-aircraft Battery at Awatoto

Anti-aircraft battery on exercise near Awatoto, possibly 1938

Army

Army units on exercise, about 1938

Army

Fourteen soldiers at Burnham Territorial Camp, Christchurch, 1952

David Barham third rear left

Army Group 1952

D Coy  7TH INTAKE   CD TRG DEPOT   LINTON   SEPT 1952

D Company Compulsory Military Training, 7th Intake, Linton Army Camp, September 1952,

Richard Jones standing in second row, eleventh from right

Cannon 1938

From Hastings Mail, 1938? –

‘NZ Artillery procession through Heretaunga Street on their way to Havelock North. Last vehicle has an 18lb field gun in tow.’

Dudley Newbigin at Linton Army Camp

Photo captions –

1  Dudley at Linton Army Camp 1943
2  Dudley with Forbes McHardy at Linton Army Camp 1943 – Forbes was killed in Italy

Hawke's Bay Regiment 1956

FIELD MARSHAL, HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS, PRINCE PHILIP, THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH, K.G., R.N.
in company with Officers and Men of
1st Battalion, The Hawke’s Bay Regiment and 1st Battalion, The Otago and Southland Regiment,
Government House, Wellington, on 12th December, 1956

Second Row:   W.O.II J.T. DAWSON, W.O.II W.G. AGNEW, MAJOR N. McK. COTCHING, E.D., LT. D.R. CROOKS, L/CPL. R.L. PETERSEN.

Front row:   W.O.I A.T. RAMSEY, MAJOR B.H. PALMER, 

Linton Army Camp 1951

Fourth intake Compulsory Military Training at Linton Camp, Palmerston North, 1951

Ronald Hector Hartley seated in front row, fourth from right.

Military Camp 1915

Postcard of military training camp, Trentham

MAY-MORN, CAMP, 1915

OLIVER & VARLEY Photo

Post Card.

Dear Clare

Just a p c of our Camp.

This is dinner time (noon) and we have been going strong since 5am. We walked 5 miles before breakfast, and have been drilling ever since. If you happen to make an extra good cake, currant preferred, just send it along,

Military Camp 1915

MAY-MORN CAMP 1915

Trentham Camp
Stanley Lancelot Grover seated fourth from right

Post Card.

Sunday 28 Nov [November], 1915

Dear Clare, Just a p.c. [postcard] to say that we are leaving here on Wed. 1st Dec [Wednesday 1 December]. We are going to Rangiotu, near P.N. [Palmerston North] so don’t forget when you write next. We have had a decent day today, the best we have had so far.

Military Training at Hastings Boys' High School

Military training at Hastings Boys’ High School

Military Training at Hastings Boys' High School 1939

Cadet during military training at Hastings Boys’ High School, February 1939

Oringi Army Camp 1914-18

Oringi Army Camp, 1914-18

Photos courtesy of Turnbull Library