Articles in ‘History’

Where No Man Has Gone Before

Captain James Cook (Part I)

My Father Served His Queen Throughout the Boer War 1899–1902

A son remembers

“My Dad Fought in the 1914–1918 War”

In France with the A.I.F.

Memorial of a Soldier

Lest we forget

100 Years Young, 66 Years of Marriage

Some call Yvonne and Gus Winckel lucky; we say it’s fate

Franklin at War

Defending the homeland

Working at the ‘Dehy’

The working of feeding the troops

Kepa Kepa of the Maori Battalion

Maori Battalion marching still to glory

The Women’s War

Marching for morale

Dutch Courage

What doesn't kill you makes you stronger

Courage, Compassion, Camaraderie, Commitment

The values of war, brought to peacetime

50 Years On... Jet Crash Secret Revealed

Miracle Vulcan Crash Landing – September 20, 1958

From Finishing School to Waikaretu

Gladys Aston – pioneer too busy to stand for parliament

Bad Company: Wakefield and the Wairau War

NZ's Infamous Founding History (Part V)

Home Invasion: Wrecking Rekohu

NZ's Infamous Founding History (Part IV)

Operation Improbable

The Rebuild Of 75 Squadron Mosquito YC-Z

The War Next Door: The Battle of Pukekohe

NZ's Infamous Founding History (Part III)

Remember, Remember, the Fifth of November: Guy Fawkes & The Gunpowder Plot

The British Invasion (Part I)

The Legacy of Captain Cook's Pacific Voyages

Captain James Cook (Part VI)

Bloodshed in the Bay of Islands

NZ's Infamous Founding History (Part II)


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