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Specialist Units of the NZEF

Page 11 – Further information

This article was written by Tim Shoebridge with the assistance Gareth Phipps and produced by the NZHistory team. 

Austin, Ronald J., Cycling to war: the history of the AIF/NZ Cyclist Corps 1916–19 (McCrae, Australia: Slouch Hat Productions, 2008)

Cooke, Peter, NZEF Order of Battle 1914–19 (pdf) (Wellington: NZ Defence Force, 2015)

Corbett, D.A, The regimental badges of New Zealand (Auckland: Ray Richards, 1980, second edition)

Luxford, J.H., With the Machine Gunners in France and Palestine: the official history of the Machine Corps in the Great War 1914–1918 (Auckland: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1923)

McGibbon, Ian, New Zealand’s Western Front campaign (Auckland: Bateman, 2016)

Napier, Paul, ‘The 5th Light Railway Operating Company’, in Barry O’Donnell (ed.), New Zealand railwaymen at war 1914–1918, pp. 34–41 (Wellington: KiwiRail, 2016)

Neill, J.C., The New Zealand Tunnelling Company, 1915–1919 (Auckland: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1922)

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Oldham, Geoffrey P., Badges and insignia of the New Zealand Army (Henderson: the author, 2011)

Pugsley, Christopher, ‘The New Zealand Tunnellers at Arras, 1916–1918’, in Alain Jacques (ed.), La Bataille d’Arras, Avril–Mai 1917, pp. 15–19 (Arras: Cercle Archéologique Arrageois, 1997)

Regimental history of New Zealand Cyclist Corps in the Great War, 1914–1918 (Auckland: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1922; reprinted by Kiwi Publishers, Christchurch, 2004; reprinted by Naval & Military Press, Uckfield, East Sussex, 2006)

Robertson, John, With the cameliers in Palestine (Dunedin: Reed, 1938)

Stewart, H., The New Zealand Division 1916–1919: a popular history based on official records (Auckland: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1921)

Thomas, Malcolm, and Cliff Lord, New Zealand Army distinguishing patches 1911–1991, part one (Wellington: the authors, 1995)

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