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A documentary by correspondent Patricia Penn on the work of the New Zealand hospital and staff at...
This is a black and white and colour silent home movie from the Sherburd, Foster collection....
One of the surviving Girl of Our Town two-reel community comedies produced by Rudall Hayward...
This Black & White Pacific Films Newsreel dates from 1954 and covers the topics of an artificial...
Spectrum was a long-running weekly radio documentary series which captured the essence of New...
ROYAL TOUR 1953 to 1954 - RTA4 - Presented by William Austin - 1) Royal Progress 28/12/1953...
The story of Duncan McCormack and his fight against conscription in World War I. He served a jail...
William D. Mason, aged 93, of Middlemarch describes his life since his arrival in Lyttelton in...
The British troop transport, Marquette, was torpedoed in the Mediterranean in World War I on 23...
Captain Herbert of the steamship "Earnslaw" describes past shipping services on the lake,...
In February 1918 the Divisional “All Blacks” were reformed. They played the 38th (Welsh) Division...
Coverage of the ‘World’s Championship Axeman’s Carnival which took place at Taumata Park, Eltham....
‘Along New Zealand’s South Islands runs the mighty chain of the Southern Alps, where large and...
Christchurch Secondary Schools, Te Waipounamu Girls. This is one of a series of 12 broadcasts,...
William Meldrum reminisces about his law career, his role as a commanding officer at Gallipoli...
In these two episodes of the 1950s radio series "Looking Backwards" Dame Elizabeth Gilmer...
A documentary featuring short, personal recollections by elderly New Zealanders about the 1918...
Down memory Lane in Wellington, New Zealand. Arthur McLay, 85, of Wellington gives an in-depth...
Since joining the Communist Party in 1941, Ron Smith has led protests, written pamphlets and on...
Mary Ann Turnbull, who was the first Pākehā child born in Morrinsville, is interviewed about the...