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New Zealand 19th Century Conflict Resources

  • A History of New Zealand Defence Forces 1860-1883
    Including NZ Cross winners, statistics on those killed and wounded and a list of further sources.
  • New Zealand Wars
    Commonly known as the 'Land Wars' and the 'Anglo-Maori Wars'. An authoritative site managed by Dr Danny Keenan which covers all the major campaigns and engagements and includes features on the causes and the consequences of the wars
  • New Zealand Wars collection
    Produced by the New Zealand Electronic Text Centre, the texts in this collection include analyses and observations on the New Zealand Wars, and feature diary extracts and letters between some of the major figures
  • Samuel Mitchell V.C.
    Biography of Samuel Mitchell from the DNZB
  • Katikara Memorial
    Memorial commemorating the Māori who fell in the 1863 battle.
  • New Zealand Permanent Force Old Comrades' Association
    A collection of resources from retired and serving members of the Royal Regiment of New Zealand Artillery (RNZA). Has an extensive history section, dealing with artillery in NZ from 1840 to the present day. Includes personal accounts of soldiers from war, peacekeeping, peacetime and the occupation of Japan, as well as historical articles on regional artillery units, the Armed Constabulary and the role of NZ artillery in an international context. There is also an article on the NZ artillery unit in the South African War.
  • New Zealand's Participation in the South African War (on this site)
How to cite this page

19th Century conflicts, URL:, (Manatū Taonga — Ministry for Culture and Heritage), updated