NEW ZEALAND MOUNTED RIFLES
References and Links






10th Nelson Mounted Rifles
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New Zealand Military Historical Society
www.nzmhs.org


Richard Stowers
Author: "Kiwi v Boer" - "Bloody Gallipoli" - "Waikato Troopers"
and many others


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The Kauri Museum at Matakohe in the North of New Zealand is one of the countries most amazing theme museums reflecting the history of the people of the North in peace and war. Military displays prominant in April to coincide with ANZAC day. Soldiers personal historys and medals.

By Alan Larsen Member of the NZMRA

THE AUSTRALIAN LIGHT HORSE ASSOCIATION
The site is dedicated to the Australian Light Horse Regiments, and the Light Horsemen who served their country in both war and peace, and contains both historical and current information on famous regiments and famous battles, as well as information on both ordinary soldiers and commanders and Light Horse Museums.

Society of the Military Horse

PAPERSPAST
NZ newspaper records

World War I Sanctuary

Almost a third of those killed during World War I have no known grave. Auckland's World War One Roll of Honour is inscribed on the walls of the Museum.

The story of the ANZACs at Gallipoli in 1915, is a tale of courage, defeat, pride and spirit in war. The Army Museum in Waiouru tells this true and important story in its new exhibition titled "Gallipoli 1915: A Hill Too Far".

Digger History
 
  an unofficial history of the Australian & New Zealand Armed Services. Another large informative Australian site.

The Diary of Fredrick Dill
No. 3 Troop
3rd Auckland Mounted Rifles


WAIKATO MOUNTED RIFLES

Otago's Knox College is also the home of the School of Ministry of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand.
  The Legion of Frontiersmen
of the Commonwealth
History and Archives
The idea for the documentary All The King’s Horses came during the process of researching the back story for a screenplay (untitled) written by Paul Sanderson, which uses the log line, ‘A reluctant soldier’s quest to save his horse from the perils of war’. The screenplay remains a work in progress.
  Boot and Saddle by J. Gilberd
New Zealand in the South African ('Boer') War 1899-1902
The Anzacs, a New Zealand Perspective
First World War memorials register
AUSTRALIAN
LIGHT HORSE
STUDIES CENTRE
Waler Horse
Association
Australia
New Zealand Defence Forces   1860 - 1883