NZEF


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AcronymDefinition
NZEFNew Zealand Expeditionary Forces
NZEFNew Zealand Employers' Federation
NZEFNew Zealand Equestrian Federation
NZEFNew Zealand Endometriosis Foundation (est. 1994; support group)
NZEFNew Zealand Education Foundation (est. 1986)
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For denominator data, we extracted a random sample of 1,000 persons (approximately equal to] 1% who served in the NZEF as detailed in the Cenotaph database.
{25} In total, approximately 2,500-3,000 Maoris enlisted for service in the Great War, out of a total of 102,000 enlistments who saw overseas service in the NZEF; approximately 300-400 Aboriginal Australians enlisted in the 330,000 strong AIF serving overseas.
New Zealand Employers' Federation (1995) A New Prescription for Accident Compensation, NZEF, Wellington.
Kennedy provides biographical information about the men that have so far been identified as Chinese in the NZEF. It will perhaps come as a surprise to readers to find that two Chinese were among the New Zealand troops that landed at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915.
One shortcoming in Kennedy's coverage derives from the fact that the initial publication of the revised edition in 2013 came before Archives New Zealand completed the digitisation of all personal files of men who served with the NZEF. This target was achieved just before the centenary of the outbreak of the war in August 2014, and the digitised files now constitute an enormous resource for the study of New Zealand society in the early 20th century.
* 2Lt Valentine Blake, Canterbury Bn NZEF. Killed in action at the Apex on 9 Dec 1915 and buried at Embarkation Pier cemetery.
At the time the AIF was going through its expansion in Egypt, the NZEF was also expanding to create the New Zealand Division.
A total of 22 officers and 686 OR of the NZEF served with II Anzac/XXII Corps Cyclist Battalion.
The NZEF were armed with the single-loading MLE `Long Tom' Mk1 rifle, which required a special set of 1908 webbing pouches to accommodate the ammunition that was tied in packets of 10, wrapped in brown paper.