Interested in researching your own family's involvement in the First World War? Here are some resources to get you started.
First World War overviews
First World War research guides
Local and national archives
The Wellington City Archives is a primary information resource for the history of Wellington.
Archives New Zealand
More than 100 kilometres of National Government archives, including documents, maps, plans, films, artworks and photographs. These were created by the New Zealand government and document nearly 200 years of New Zealand history.
New Zealand Jewish Archives
A collection of documents, photographs, memorabilia, Judaica, books, pamphlets, newspaper cuttings, oral recordings and video tapes about Jewish life in New Zealand.
Historical and genealogical societies
Local historical societies can be a good place to start when you begin to research your family's history and involvement in the First World War.
| Postal address
| P.O. Box 239, Wellington
- NZ Historical Societies — promoting the involvement of historical societies in the research of local First World War memorials and veterans.