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HMS New Zealand served at all three naval battles of WW1.
Watercolour depicting the Battle of the Falkland Islands, 8 December 1914.
Decorated and embossed oval ship badge from HMS New Zealand.
Ceramic vases with painted scene of HMS New Zealand.
A pair of candlesticks from HMS Europa World War One.
Coffee cup and saucer – picture of World War One battleship.
Telescope with leather bound body belonging to Lieutenant Bruce. WW1.
Number 2 Hawkeye folding cartridge camera – WW1.
Brass presentation bell with clapper ca. World War One.
Silver tray with an engraved map of Auckland Harbour.
Silver salver with scalloped and turned up edges presented to HMS New Zealand.
Silver tankard with handle presented to HMS New Zealand.
White Grosvenor china WW1 Commemorative Plate Ca.1914.
Mahogany sideboard from Admiral’s dining cabin HMS New Zealand.
Heliogoland Bight was first naval battle of World War One.
Crossing the line is a very old tradition in the Navy.
A brief look at how the 1918 Influenza Pandemic impacted our military forces.
Three artefacts from the Battle of Jutland return to the Museum.
Princess Mary gift tin was sent to all service personnel.
Explore a selection of artefacts related to the 1918 Armistice.