Author(s): Richard Wolfe
The story of New Zealanders at war and in peace - a personal story, the real story, told through the collections and recollections of those men and women who were there, and illustrated from the resources of the QEII Army Museum. The history of New Zealand is intertwined with the history of her army: from the very birth of modern New Zealand at Waitangi, through global conflicts to peacekeeping today in the Pacific. All of our major conflicts and campaigns feature, heavily illustrated with personal belongings, military ephemera, documents, unpublished photos and military artefacts. With unprecedented access to the full archive held at the NZ Army Museum in Waiouru, With Honour reveals unknown treasures and priceless military artefacts to help tell our story. First published November 2007.
Richard Wolfe has worked for many years in museums and for 20 years was Curator of Display at Auckland Museum. He has spent the last 10 years as a freelance writer and exhibition curator. Richard has published more than 20 books covering aspects of New Zealand popular culture, and social and military history.