This web feature was written by Bronwyn Dalley and Ian McGibbon and produced by the NZHistory.net.nz team.
- Anzac Day: a guide for New Zealanders was launched by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage on 18 April 2005 to mark the 90th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings. This website has information about the significance of Anzac Day and how we commemorate it today, and it provides a virtual guide of the Gallipoli Peninsula. It also includes searchable records of all New Zealanders who died at Gallipoli.
- The Classroom provides activities for teachers.
- Military history links on NZHistory.net.nz
- Anzac Day on the NZRSA site
- Australian War Memorial
- The Cenotaph database of the Auckland War Memorial Museum allows you to search for New Zealanders who served at Gallipoli.
- The memorials register - includes over 500 First World War memorials
- National War Memorial and Tomb of the Unknown Warrior
- Anzac Day dawn service (NZ On Screen)
- New Zealand Memorial, Canberra
- Children of Gallipoli documentary (NZOnScreen)
- Anzac Day Collection (NZOnScreen)
- First World War (Te Ara)
- Ian McGibbon (ed.), The Oxford companion to New Zealand military history, OUP, Auckland, 2000