As a young New Zealand officer, serving in the British army, Beauchamp was ‘full of beans’.
Even in a quiet sector, raids were still conducted to keep the men aggressive and to obtain intelligence.
The YMCA aimed to make soldier's lives more bearable.
Because of his German heritage, Nimot was treated terribly by his fellow New Zealand soldiers.
New Zealanders often experienced culture shock when interacting with French locals.
McColl was excited to be leading a raid against the German lines.
Useful resources for those looking for more information.
A selection of First World War vocabulary and common phrases.
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