The felt hats went out of service in 1962 but are still used on ceremonial occasions. Unfortunately there is no complete list of 2nd (SC) men. No 40499 New Zealand Rifle Brigade 23rd Reinforcements, Company G. 1916 at Auckland Married Violet Edmunds in 21 July 1910 registrar, Auckland. Rank: Rifleman Remarks: Fit Embarkation: 1917 Overseas service 2 years and 94 days Other units: 1916 Company A 23 Reinforcements 1917 4th NZ Infantry Reserve Battalion, Camp Sling in Wiltshire 3 October 1917 No. Wanganui (mother) Relationship: Mother Nominal Roll: - Evacuation. At Monemvasia, the men were let off the trucks, in the dark we drove crossed the causeway, the road climbed around a hill, the trucks were rolled backwards into the sea, these were new trucks, only about 1500 miles on the speedos. Which he wrote a war pome, Full of sentiment sound, Which directly went home, And secured, at a bound, For the gent, ordered south, dressed in khaki, A place right away on Fame's mound. P., And induced them to part With their s and d On behalf of the widows and kiddies Tommy Atknis left Care of U-Me." His poem did more For the Fashion it set On Zealandia's shore (And 'tis why I fret) And caused everyone to don khaki, A shade more depressing than jet.
There is the WWI War Census Cd that was produced by the St. 3 Machine Gun Company, France in the field 6 October 1917 4th NZ Infantry Reserve Battalion, France in the field 22 December 1917 -23 February 1918 detached to No. Single Place of enlistment: Wellington Occupation: Accountant Last Residence: Wellington, New Zealand Relative Name: Mr T F. The drivers then walked back and boarded the 20 March 1901, Page 55 THE Cult OF THE KHAKI. was his name, And a poet was he Of consid'rable fame; 'Twould be foolish of me To deny that Rud. Men, women, and chicks Went mad o'er the hue (Which was like dirty bricks), And only a few Found strength to resist the infliction That swept through the land like the 'flu. who'd the nerve His "beggar" to dress In dreary, dispiriting khaki.
Jodhpurs, boots and spurs - may mean a cavalry regiment. Most military supplies were still moved by horse, hence the boots. It was quite easy in that era for a photo to be (accidentally) laterally reversed, by placing the negative the wrong way up on the photographic paper. Christchurch Press on Anzac Day 2005 had a feature on the Gallipoli campaign amongst which they included a whole page of casualties as published at that time. He has been credited with introducing the lemon-squeezer hat into service with this regiment.
Close up scan of the collar and hat badges, buttons, arm patches and hat help. Identifying a photographic studio wording often embossed at the bottom c. Pre Federation Victorian troops had the slouch hat raised on the right side and after 1903, all AUS. Officers wore leggings and troops had bandage style leggings. A plume in the hat, his puggaree (hat band), a high collar is pre-Great War, of a Boer War style, jacket style, piping on sleeves, ammunition belt. Malone at an annual training camp at Takapua in 1911 eliminated the dents as they collected water and pinched it in four places. In 1914 Major Herbert Hart transferred to the 17th (Ruahine) Regiment.
Returning servicemen had to hand in their uniforms including their hats but were aloud to keep the badge.
The badge was worn by the servicemen up on their "lemon squeezer hats" until 1947 when it was last worn by the New Zealand J-Force contingent of the British Occupation Forces in Japan. Real photo postcard of a 2nd (South Canterbury) Company of the Canterbury Infantry Battalion, NZEF soldier. Newton, Auckland Relative Relationship: Occupation: Locomotive driver Takapuna Tramway Co. Single Last Residence: Wanganui, New Zealand Occupation: baker Relative Name: Mrs L Johnson, 75 Keith St.
The first official dawn service was held at the Sydney Cenotaph in 1927, which was also the first year that all states recognised a public holiday on the day.Cemeteries index, alphabetical series Location: Canberra Date range: 1939–471921–85Index cards to official graves of, and memorials to, servicemen and women, and some civilians whose deaths were considered to be war-related.Crematoriums index, alphabetical series Location: Canberra Date range: 1921–85Index cards recording details of servicemen and women whose deaths were considered to be war related and who were cremated.World War II war graves record cards Location: Canberra Date range: 1939–47Index cards recording military personnel who were killed or died while on active service in World War II.The cards are in alphabetical order by the surname of the service person.War graves registration sheets (includes overseas and prisoner of war cemeteries) Location: Canberra Date range: 1939–47World War II graves registration sheets recording cemeteries, memorials, headstones and cremations of Australian servicemen and women killed in action or listed as missing in Australia and overseas.