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WWI 100 years: Kiwi stories

Last updated 19:17 05/08/2014
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KIWI HEROES: Captain Robert Kenneth Nicol, originally from Lower Hutt, was killed during the action and his body was never recovered.

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As the world commemorates 100 years since the Great War, we want to share the stories and memories of the Kiwis involved in WWI.

Every town in New Zealand was touched by the loss of a loved one, whether it was our own Kiwi boys in the fray or family members overseas.

We want to remember the Kiwis of WWI by telling their stories.

Was someone in your family involved in the war? What can you tell us about their role and how it impacted on their life?

Perhaps you remember stories of New Zealand communities and how they faced those difficult years. We'd love to hear about that to.

Don't forget to include any photos of family or keepsakes, or even any letters from those who were on the frontline.

Click the green button to share your story, and upload your photos.


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