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Copy negative of original photograph showing a german mine that washed up on the beach at Mōkau, North Taranaki, on December 2 1942. Standing around the mine from left is Beverley Jones, Pam Hepburn (later Morris), Mrs Jones, Gary Jones, Miss O'Lye, Jim Vezey and Jennifer Vezey.
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PHO2015-0270

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35mm colour negative showing the german mine at Mōkau, North Taranaki. The mine has been painted brick red and is positioned on a white concrete plinth. A plaque in front of the mine reads "Let this German mine found December 2nd 1942 remind us in the days of peace, Without vision the people perish. Plaque donated by Mokau Progressive Association". A palm tree and blue building are visible in the background.
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PHO2015-0272

Artwork from Roger Morris' 'Enduring Freedom' series depicting ten stencilled jigsaw puzzle shapes in red ink. The shapes are indicative of human figures. They are set into white dots that have pinky red edges. The dots are placed against a black background. Both the right hand and left hand vertical edges of the paper feature pinky red lines.
Accession No
PA2012.062

Artwork from Roger Morris' 'Tales of the New Dominion' series that evokes the coming of a new war. The composition is broken into two halves. The lower portion shows white dabs of paint on white cardboard. The top half depicts a black missile shape and four red triangles, which represent either aeroplanes or bombs, targeting the tall buildings of a city on the left of the image. The top portion of the artwork is rendered in greys and black.
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PA2012.045

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Framed print of Sapper H. Moore-Jones's watercolour entitled "Turk Entrenched Positions". Depicts a rugged landscape with a small group of men in a trench middle foreground. Unsigned. Text below image on the matt reads: "TURK ENTRENCHED POSITIONS / Sketch looking North-East, descriptive of the country immediately in front of our firing lines. "Rectangular shaped print framed in a thin wooden frame with glass cover. Part of a series of works based on ANZAC Cove.1915.
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A66.562

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Framed print of Sapper H. Moore-Jones's watercolour entitled "The Coast North of ANZAC Cove". Depicts a rugged and steep landscape from the sea. Military vessels lower right corner. Three jets of water lower middle foreground. Text below image on mat board reads: "THE COAST NORTH OF ANZAC COVE / Showing Plugge's Plateau, The Sphinx, Walker's Ridge, and Russell's Top." Rectangular shaped print framed in a thin wooden frame with glass cover. Part of a series of works based on ANZAC Cove c.1915.
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A66.564

Name/Title
Framed print of Sapper H. Moore-Jones's watercolour entitled "ANZAC Cove." Sketch looking down on ANZAC Cove, Gallipoli. Shows dwellings, fortifications and landing jetty for naval vessels down on the beach. Soldier standing surveying the view middle foreground. Text on mat below image reads: "ANZAC COVE / The Historic Landing Place of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, April 25th, 1915." Unsigned. Rectangular shaped print framed in a thin wooden frame with glass cover. Part of a series of works based on ANZAC Cove.1915.
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A66.523

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Framed print of Sapper H. Moore-Jones' watercolour entitled "The Terrible Country Towards Suvla". Depicts an extremely rugged landscape with a coastal bay on the left and hills in the background. Two soldiers survey the terrain from the lower right corner. Signed lower left corner "Sapper H. Moore Jones 1916". Text below image on mat reads" THE TERRIBLE COUNTRY TOWARDS SUVLA / Sketched looking North down from the Heights of Walker's Ridge and Russel's Top, showing the Suvla Bay Landing / Places - B & C Beaches, - Salt Lake, Chocolate Hill, Table Top, and the Village of Biyuk Anafarta, etc. Part of the series of works based on the ANZAC. Rectangular shaped print framed in a thin wooden frame with glass cover.
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A66.565

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Framed print of Sapper H. Moore-Jones's watercolour entitled "The Historic Positions". Depicts an extremely rugged landscape with a ridge in the foreground, valley in middle ground and another ridge in the background. A group of men are standing in the lower right foreground (one is slightly distant from the group and is digging with a shovel). Two men are standing on the edge of the ridge surveying the gully. A solitary figure is walking towards the left.Text below image on mat reads: "THE HISTORIC POSITIONS" / Pope's, Quinn's, Courtenay's, etc. Sketched from the Inner Lines on the Heights above ANZAC Cove." Rectangular shaped print framed in a thin wooden frame with glass cover.
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A66.563

Name/Title
Framed print of Sapper H. Moore-Jones's watercolour entitled "The Sphinx". Depicts a rugged landscape with a particular rock formation called 'The Spinx'. Coastal bay upper left background - naval vessel visible. Small group of soldiers seated surveying the view lower right corner. Signed lower left corner: "SAPPER / H. MOORE-JONES / 1915." Text below image on mat reads: "THE SPINX / One of the many Wings of Sairi Bair, honeycombed with dug-outs. A Rest Camp, called by the New Zealand Boys / Wellington Street." Rectangular shaped print framed in a thin wooden frame with glass cover. Part of a series of works based on ANZAC Cove c.1915.
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A66.567

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Framed print of Sapper H. Moore-Jones's watercolour entitled "The Australian Positions. Extreme right." Depicts a rolling scrub covered landscape with a path winding itself over the terrain. A group of soldiers in the middle foreground are following the path and just about to make a descent down a hill. Signed lower left "H-MOORE-JONES 1915". Text below image on mat reads: "THE AUSTRALIAN POSITIONS. EXTREME RIGHT / Showing Bolton's Hill and the Turk positions at Gaba Tepe, the Olive Grove and Achi Baba." Rectangular shaped print framed in a thin wooden frame with glass cover. Part of a series of works based on ANZAC Cove c.1915.
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A66.574

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Framed print of Sapper H. Moore-Jones's watercolour entitled "Looking North over Shrapnel Gully." Depicts a rugged landscape with three soldiers lower right foreground - one is carrying a gun and moving towards the right. Clouds of smoke signalling military activity are visible on the ridge in the distance. Signed lower right: "Sapper H. Moore-Jones / N.Z.E. 1915". Text on mat below image reads: "LOOKING NORTH OVER SHRAPNEL GULLY / Showing the Inner and Oute Lines, Deadman's Ridge, etc., and Further North the Trenches on the Sairi Bair Range. Sketched from Indian Mountain Battery." Rectangular shaped print framed in a thin wooden frame with glass cover. Part of a series of works based on ANZAC Cove.1915.
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A66.566

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Framed print of Sapper H. Moore-Jones's watercolour entitled "Outposts Nos. 1, 2, and 3." Depicts a rugged landscape with a small coastal bay middle left hand side edge. Trenches can be seen winding their way across the terrain. Signed lower right: "Sapper H. Moore-Jones / 1915." Text below image on mat reads: "OUTPOSTS Nos. 1, 2, AND 3 / Showing the Trenches winding through the country by which communication was maintained between Walker's Ridge, The Outposts, and Suvla, via Fisherman's Hut." Rectangular shaped print framed in a thin wooden frame with glass cover. Part of a series of works based on ANZAC Cove.1915.
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A66.522

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Framed print of Sapper H. Moore-Jones's watercolour entitled "The Coast of ANZAC." Depicts a view of the ANZAC Coastline from a ship at sea. Solitary naval vessel heading away from the coast lower right foreground, another heading out to the left in the middleground with a number of vessels grouped offshore right middleground. Signed lower right corner: "Sapper H. Moore-Jones N.Z.E. / May 1915". Text below image on mat reads: "THE COAST OF ANZAC / A sketch from H.M.S. Monica, May 5th, 1915." Rectangular shaped print framed in a thin wooden frame with glass cover. Part of a series of works based on ANZAC Cove.1915.
Accession No
A66.524

Coloured print depicting a group of soldiers clustered in the centre of the image. Some are wounded and some are fighting on. They are wearing uniform and most are holding guns. Several horses are also depicted, at least one of which is has also been shot.
Accession No
A66.066

Framed memorial photograph distributed by the Director of Graves Registration & Enquiries of Private Charles Lawrence Sattler's grave. Sattler was killed in action October 30th, 1916. On the right side is a silver gelatin photograph of Private Sattler's grave which consists of a white wooden cross inscribed with the following details: "In Memory of 157 84 Pte C. L. Sattler 2nd W.I.B. NZEF Killed in Action Oct. 30 1916." "E.Z. 6" in inscribed lower left corner of photograph. On the left side is the official documentation from the Director of Graves Registration & Enquiries which provides the following information:
Regiment: 2/Wellington Inf New Zealand;
Position of Grave: Cite' Bonjean Military Cemetary;
Nearest Railway Station: Armentieres.
The number of this particular photograph is 8/14318.
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A87.216

View of a troop ship leaving port. In the foreground a crowd is pictured waving the boat off. Troops are visible on the deck of the ship. Several other boats are in the water.
Accession No
A79.733

Name/Title
Serviceman and woman.
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SW1943.0228

Name/Title
Serviceman and woman.
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SW1943.0229

Framed commemorative scroll for Private Charles Lawrence Sattler of the Wellington Infantry Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Sattler was killed in action October 30th, 1916. The text reads: "He whom this scroll commemorates was numbered among those who at the call of King and Country, left all that was dear to them, endured hardness, faced danger, and finally passed out of the sight of men by the path of duty and self-sacrifice, giving up their own lives that others might live in freedom. Let those who come after see to it that his name be not forgotten." Below this in red is: "Pte. Charles Lawrence Sattler / Wellington Inf. Regt. N.Z.E.F."
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A87.215

Serviceman seated beside woman in fur coat who holds a baby wearing a lace gown
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SW1943.0868

Cartoon depicting a Japanese military figure kicking an Allied figure in the rear as they hover over a collection of small islands that have smoke rising from them. The blades of a number of swords are visible in the lower left of the image.
Accession No
A95.913

Cartoon depicting a sinking ship and bomber aircraft on the right hand side of the image. In the foreground a hat with Japanese writing floats in the water. Plumes of smoke can be seen in the upper left of the image. Cartoon dated 7 December 1944, the third anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbour.
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A95.911

Cartoon depicting a figure (possibly Winston Churchill) standing in front of a brick wall - presumably the Berlin Wall - under a German sign looking nervously at the shadows of two armed soldiers approaching.
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A95.907

Name/Title
Cartoon referencing German conscription policies for the army.
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A95.905
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