World War, 1939-1945
Found in 70 Collections and/or Records:
Wagner, Cpl. W. E., 'A Kiwi’s Soliloquy', (Auckland: Wright & Jaques Ltd., 1943).
A collection of printed articles and handwritten articles. Details the function and capabilities of weaponry used in WWII and the Vietnam war. The only publication date indicated is from Mowat, Farley, And No Birds Sang, (Boston: Little Brown, 1979). The subject matter includes dates as far back as 1883 [-c.1975].
A collection of correspondence, printed articles, typed script and 2 copies of an obituary for E.G. “Ted” Webber. The typed script is written by Webber that documents the NZEF times, of which Webber contributed to. The correspondence between Webber and LC involves further inquiry into Webber’s publications and his experience during his service. The publication date range is 1945-1987. The subject matter is from c. 1941.
Collection includes a published chronology of WWII, within which is a variety of handwritten notes and printed articles. Subject matter is mostly of WWII chronology, with some focus on casualties. The only publication date indicated is that of the printed chronology in 1968. The subject matter references dates 1939-1946.
A collection of newspaper clippings, handwritten poems and accounts, song lyrics, printed articles, a talent release form and information on the 1992 50th commemoration of US troops in New Zealand. Topics include intermarriage, tension, derogatory soldier songs, entertainment, American imperialism and international relations. The publication date range is 1943-2006. The subject matter date range is c. 1942-1993.
A collection of printed articles, handwritten notes, photocopied newspaper clippings, typed script and Victoria University examination answer books. Details the chronology of the Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. development, the services they provide, their Christian values and their first hand role in feeding and entertaining troops during the world wars. The publication date range is c. 1918-1984. The subject matter includes dates as far back as 1865.