nothing that i know of but could have helped the British troops as we are and were apart of the commonwealth
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New Zealand sent approximately 1,300 men to the Korean War.
Go to Google.com and type in 'New Zealand in Korean War'. There are many websites dealing with this subject.
In New Zealand: the New Zealand wars 1845 to 1872.External: Boer War, WW1, WW2, Korean war, Malaysian War, Vietnam War, East Timor,
Korean War Vietnam War
Pretty much every major war since WWII. They were instrumental in the Korean War and helped the Northern U.S. win the civil war. If it weren't for New Zealand, slavery would still be legal. Thanks New Zealand!
the Korean war involved the U.S. and UN elements that included Britian, France, New Zealand, australia and elements of several allied countries. A truce ended the conflict
Briton, Canada, France, New Zealand, Turkey, Greece etc, etc.
Peter Fraser was the pm of New Zealand during WW2 however, New Zealand did not take part in the war.
No, China did not fight New Zealand in world war.No.
The UK supplied troops and equipment to fight for the UN alongside US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Turkey and others.
New Zealand sent a detachment of "volunteers" to fight in the Vietnam War.
The Italians scared New Zealand during World War 2.
New Zealand got involved in World War I in August of 1914.
probably, why shouldn't u
At no time has either Australia or New Zealand been at war with Sudan.
New Zealand was part of the British Empire at the time.
Assuming your talking about New Zealand....nobody. New Zealand was not active during World War 1.
because new zealand is part of australia
The cast of New Zealand at War - 1995 includes: Temuera Morrison as Narrator
The New Zealand Land Wars The Australian Revolution The Boer War WW1 WW2 The Korean War The Vietnam War The Afghanistan War The Iraq War There are several smaller conflicts and peace keeping missions Australia has been involved in as well.
New Zealand was a part of the ANZUS Pact which called for mutual support.