They were just recovering from the depression. They provided 200,000 troops.Women had to work in factories making weopons,tobacco,on farms,in shops,etc.The men and women back home set up committies to support the troops overseas by providing extra food,tobacco,blankets,guns etc. When servicemen returned from war they were put in training schools.Men returned to their regular jobs,but many women stayed in paid work.This lead the way for women in work in New Zealand.
18,500 New Zealanders were killed in world war one, and 50,000 wounded. 10,000 New Zealanders were killed in world war two. The short answer is of course, most New Zealanders survived. And to the battlefield figures, those in captivity must also be counted.
The New Zealanders went to war in hope of seeing the world and serving the British coleney Hope this helps....
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New Zealand was involved in world war one because they are and were part of the British Monarchy. New Zealanders went to war because they had to back up Britain who were their motherland. 18,166 New Zealanders died in WW1 and 41,317 were wounded.
I don't no how many people died in world war 2
New Zealanders were part of the Commonwealth and when Britain entered the war the rest of the Commonwealth followed.
About 140,000 New Zealanders fought overseas for the Allied war effort.
Gallipoli which is a peninsula in the European part of Turkey.
Neary 4,000 New Zealanders served in the Korean War, 33 men died and approximately 79 were wounded.
37 new zealanders died
There were 8,556 New Zealanders who landed at Gallipoli landed. This took place during World War I. The first 3,100 Australian troops landed in Gallipoli on April 25, 1915.
New Zealanders in the military started identifying themselves with a kiwi symbol as early as the second Boer War and this became more widespread in the World War One. Pakeha (non-Maori New zealanders) adopted the term 'kiwi' as an alternative to the Maori word 'Pakeha' which they thought was something negative. Maori never call themselves 'kiwi'.
120,000 New Zealanders enlisted during World War I of which 103,000 served overseas ( this figure includes approximately 550 nurses).
Get to? What does this mean? WWII was fought in the South Pacific as well as in Europe. I hope this is not what you meant by asking this question.
to protect us from harm
Canadians, Indians and ANZAC's(australians and New Zealanders) all fought for the British empire in world war 1.
New Zealand sent around 100,000 men and women to the conflict. The population at the time was just over 1 million, so a significant portion of the population went. Around 18,000 died and around 40,000 were wounded. Given the population of New Zealand at the time, this casualty rate per capita was greater than any other nation that took part in the war. When thinking about World War One, we, as New Zealanders often think about the battle at Gallipoli, there 2721 New Zealanders lost their lives, this is about a quarter of the New Zealanders that landed there.
Over 700,000 people died and 2,721 New Zealanders died and 4,725 were wounded.
to be remembered
The Americans, who joined the war very late in mid April 1917, joined the British, Canadians, Australians, New Zealanders, Italians and the French.
The Spitfire was used mainly by the British, Canadians, Australians, New Zealanders, South Africans, and British colonial forces.
Australians, along with New Zealanders, mark the First World War with ANZAC Day. It is a day of remembrance, and Australians generally take great pride in their contributions to the war effort.
NZ lost about 55 men in Vietnam.