World War, 1914-1918
Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:
Bairnsfather, Bruce, ‘Fragments from France’, “The Bystander”, 8th ed., (London: WWI no specified date).
A collection of newspaper clippings, printed articles and handwritten notes. Details demography and general casualty information of WWI, WWII, Vietnam war, Afghan war and Iraq war. Publication dates span from 1945-2008. Subject matter includes dates as far back as 1910.
A collection of research documents such as handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, printed articles, correspondence and advertisements. Details the social and political features of wartime. The Boer War, WWI, WWII, Vietnam, the Gulf war and the Afghanistan war are all topics of the discussions. Also includes are modern perspectives on remembrance, commemoration and the military in general. The publication date range is c. 1943-2004. The subject matter includes dates as far back as 1899.
‘“Close up”: Pictures of the New Zealand Y.M.C.A. in the Fight area in France’, Red Triangle Picture Booklets, No.1 October, 1917.
Contains single publication of Ellis, John, Eye-Deep in Hell, (London: Groom Helm, 1976). Selected Chapters include ‘Battle: The Reality’, ‘The Casualties’, ‘Conclusion’ and the Appendix of Casualties. Subject matter has only 1914 as a specified date, presumably a generic WWI date range, c. 1914-1918.
A section of the Underwood collection that contains typed script, correspondence, pictures, poems, and general handwritten notes. Documents certain mythical creatures such as ‘Bilikin’, ‘Blivils and Finkles’, the ‘Key Bird’, Snallygasters/Snallygosters and ‘Squimp’. Many of these were developed within 20th century war periods. The date range of the content is c. 1943-1947 with the subject matter referencing WWI times (1914-1918).
Contains a series of newspaper clippings. The tone varies from article to article. Themes included deconstructing New Zealand’s Gallipoli myth, applauding the heroism of the troops, supporting the post-humorous acknowledgement of prominent figures and encouraging remembrance among youth of the day. The publishing date range is 1967-2003. Subject matter range is 1915-2015.
A collection of order forms, handwritten notes, copies of photographic mounting cards held at the U.S. National Archives, copies of photos and copies of their indexing and subject information. The collection depicts an array of subjects, although they are predominantly connected to wartime activities. Such wars include the U.S. Civil war, WWI, WWII, the Korean war and the Vietnam war. A reproductive fees notice is dated from 1988. The date range of the original images is c. 1861-1966.
A collection of photocopied newspaper clippings from 1918/1919 editions of ‘The Stars and Stripes’. The focal points are the cartoon sections that satirise WWI weaponry and daily tasks. The later editions also depict scenarios of soldiers returning home and what happens when they reconnect with their families. The specific date range is April 5, 1918 to January 24, 1919.
Contains single publication of Leed, Eric J., No Man’s Land, Combat & Identity in World War I, (London: Cambridge University Press, 1979). Themes include the ‘The Structure of the War Experience’, sociology of the war experience, mythology of war and the post-war experience. Subject matter date range is c. 1914-1929.
Contains an unpublished piece of work titled ‘The Living and the Dead’ by LC and the published work of ‘The reactivation of post-traumatic stress disorder in later life’ by A. D. Macleod (Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 28, 626-634, 1994). Topics include remembrance, recollection, grappling with death and post-traumatic stress. Includes WWII and WWII dates in the subject matter, along with veterans’ experiences post-war resulting in a date range of 1914-1994.
Pamphlet stating the "Methods of Fly-Control in Military Camps." By H. B. Kirk, Professor of Biology Victoria University College Wellington.
(140mm x 215mm)
Contains a section of writing titled ‘3. Military Newspapers’, along with handwritten notes. Of what publication the chapter is a part of is unknown. The subject matter date range is c. 1915-1945.
'Raemaekers Cartoons', (London: Hodder & Stoughton, WWI no specified date).
A collection of newspaper clippings, an essay, handwritten notes and correspondence between LC and Julian Putkowski, who was collecting information for T.V. historical dramas. Includes various arguments about the treatment of ‘deserting’ or ‘mutinous’ soldiers, five of which were executed on the battlefield in WWI. Execution as an impetus of soldier obedience is frequently discussed. The publication date range is 1979-2005. The subject matter date range is 1916-2005.
A collection of handwritten notes and photocopied clippings from 1918 editions of ‘The Stars and Stripes’. Focuses on the satirical comics of the publication. The handwritten notes indicate further interest into the publication’s role in WWI, as well as that of the Salvation Army and the YMCA. All of the printed examples and the indicated examples in the handwritten notes are from 1918/1919. The date that the clippings were printed and notes were written is unknown.
A collection of handwritten notes, newspaper clippings and correspondence. The focus is primarily on the WWI publication of Stars and Stripes, and what its Americanism did for the welfare of American soldiers during the conflict. Also included is LC’s contribution to an Encyclopedia of Popular Culture about Stars and Stripes. Publication date range is 1921-1992. The subject matter date range is 1918-1919 and 1992.
Contains photocopied excerpts from F. T. Nettleingham, ‘Tommy’s Tunes’, (London: Erskine Macdonald Ltd., 1917) and F. T. Nettleingham, ‘More Tommy’s Tunes’, (London: Erskine Macdonald, 1918). The introduction, index and miscellaneous songs are included from ‘Tommy’s Tunes’. Only miscellaneous songs have been included from ‘More Tommy’s Tunes’.