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Lieutenant Ralph Dorchel Doughty M.C. and his five day by day diaries written while on active service for the Australian Army between the 5th April 1915 and the 16th March 1917.
Able Seaman Walter Henry Kivell and his service aboard the H.M.S. Achilles during the scuttling of the Battleship Admiral Graf Spee at the Battle of the River Plate.
Sergeant Wilson (Bill) Penman M.M. and Bar. and his remembrance story while being on active service for the New Zealand Infantry during World War Two.
The Kivell and Butler family embarkation and enlistment information while on active service during WWI and WWII.
In Memory of Sergeant Cecil Mattews Kivell who enlisted in the New Zealand Rifle Brigade and who died at the age of 22 on 12th October 1917.
New Plymouth Boys High School Memorial Shrine. Dedicated to the 227 Old Boys who lost their lives during the Second World War 1939 - 1945.
Corporal Eric Henry Kivell and his service for the New Zealand Military Postal Service during his time at Gallipoli dated from the 11th May 1915.
Tony Kivell and his Life Membership Award which was presentation to him at the R.S.A. in New Plymouth.
Cpl Daniel Butler
Corporal Daniel (Dan) Butler was a gunner in the 2NZEF in WWII and served overseas for two years 187 days before returning home to his family in Taranaki.
Edward Butler
Edward Butler in World War One military uniform. Edward joined the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, G Company reinforcements, and embarked on the 16 November 1917.
Lt Sidney James
Sidney James enlisted in Australia on the 29th August 1914, into the Divisional Ammunition Column Section 1 - 1st Division Artillery.
memoir of Lt Ken Kingsmill Shown here 'extracted from the memoir of Lt Ken Kingsmill' are the entries that mention Lt Ralph. D. Doughty. M.C. - begining with the locations around Dunkirk (Dunkerque).
 
DEDICATED TO FAMILY MEMBERS THAT LOST THEIR LIVES IN ALL WARS
 
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