Remember the legends, pay tribute to the sacrifices. Stories of courage, comradeship and honour. Experience through the soldiers eyes, New Zealand’s military involvement in conflict from the Land Wars to the more recent peacekeeping missions in the 21st century.
National Army Museum is the largest New Zealand military museum with a unique collection of military exhibits and memorabilia.
- Balls, Bullets & Boots – from rugby field to battlefield on display until 25th February 2016
- The Patriotic Call to Yarn is Answered – Now on display
- Gallipoli: Ripping Yarns from the Peninsula
Gallipoli: Ripping Yarns from the Peninsula
During times of war and in this case, World War One, there are so many examples of bravery, unselfishness, and sacrificing one’s life for a perceived noble cause. It is extremely difficult to narrow those stories to just a few but for this exhinbition that is what we have had to do – twenty stories; ordinary people (and a dog) doing extraordinary things.
This exhibition will open in the Hassett Gallery in April 2015.
Balls, Bullets & Boots – from rugby field to battlefield
This exhibition explores the impact that the harsh reality of war had on colonial sportsmen (and their loved ones) as they transplanted from the rugby fields of home overesas to fight for the ‘mother country’..