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  • Log book - Pilot's flying, Kenneth Henry Millward, 1916-1917

    Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) pilot's flying log book belonging to Flight Sub-Lieutenant Kenneth Henry Millward. Covers his training at RNAS Redcar from 17 July 1916 and RNAS Cranwell from 24...

  • Royal Flying Corps ‘Maternity’ Type Jacket – Second Lieutenant I.L. Kight

    Khaki Green Royal Flying Corps (RFC) 'maternity' type field service jacket with RFC pilot’s badge and embroidered Second Lieutenant rank on the shoulder straps. Name tag attached to inside collar...

  • Group of airmen on board S.S. Arawa, c. Oct 1917

    Black and white photograph, printed onto a postcard (unused). Informal group of airmen relaxing on the deck of a ship, identified as S.S. Arawa, 1917, by the note written in upper left corner. The...

  • Belt - German leather, with Prussian "Gott Mit Uns" buckle

    Early World War One German infantry leather waist-belt complete with Imperial Prussian brass buckle with "GOTT MIT UNS" (“God with us”) crown and laurel leaf nickel face plate. Belt is stamped...

  • Tin with metal fragments - Zeppelin L-31

    Tin containing six metal fragments from Zeppelin L-31. Label on lid of tin inscribed with "Pieces of Zeppelin / brought down by Lieu. Tempest DSO / at Potters Bar Herts. / Oct 1st 1916". Flying...

  • Effects Bag: Private Arthur Elderton

    Private Arthur Elderton 6/3008 New Zealand Expeditionary Force was born in Christchurch on 30 January 1894. His father, Henry Elderton, was the head shepherd on a farm in Amberley, North...

  • Cape: Nurse’s Shoulder

    More than 500 women served overseas as nurses in the New Zealand Army Nursing service during the First World War; one of them was Sister Ina Nellie Coster, Registered Nurse 22/71.
     
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  • Dolls' House

    This much-loved dolls’ house was made circa 1945 by a WWI veteran for my mother when she was a young girl in Cremorne, Sydney, Australia. So far it has been used by four girls from three...

  • Lusitania Medal (British Version)

    In May 1915 a torpedo launched from a German U-boat struck the British luxury liner, the Lusitania. Germany had declared the waters around the British Isles a war zone in response to a British...