The Wellington - Lest We Forget project has been organised by the Wellington City Council for the World War One centenary commemorations.
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Beet Algar joined the Wellington Mounted Rifles in 1915 and served in Egypt and the Middle East.
The youngest of ten brothers, Hugh (Deci) enlisted in 1916. He survived Passchendaele in 1917, but lost his life in action a month later.
Norman Cummins served in German Samoa and Egypt, before losing his life in the Somme in 1916.
Doug Dibley answered an advertisement for medical helpers and was sent to the Front. He was New Zealand's longest surviving Gallipoli veteran.
Leslie Hawker wasn't old enough to enlist until 1918. He survived an outbreak of 'flu, but never saw active service on the battlefields of Europe.
Ernest Kilby resisted conscription during the Great War due to his religious and pacifist convictions.
Thomas Lomas departed Wellington for Gallipoli in 1915. He made a full tour of all the major theatres of war, and survived to return home in 1919.
Frederick Smith volunteered in 1917 and was wounded in action in France, a month before the Armistice.
Pirimi Tahiwi joined the Māori Contingent of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force in 1914. He was wounded in Gallipoli, but returned to the Front.
Ida Willis trained as a nurse at Wellington District Hospital. She was on holiday in Fiji when the war began and joined a troopship en route to Samoa.
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