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Arawa Soldiers Memorial, West side.
Photograph taken 13/5/2013, by Alison Leigh. This memorial to the Arawa soldiers of World War 1, stands in the Government Gardens near the Museum. It was unveiled by the Duke
Rotorua Hospital from Lake Road.
Photograph taken by Alison Leigh 2/5/2018.
70th Anniversary of NZ's involvement in the War in the Pacific.
Held in Noumea 20-27 April 2013. Attended by Mr David Daniel, Mr Bill Groves and Mr Reg Wellington.
WWI Memorial.
  This photo taken by Alison Leigh, April 2015 This memorial is situated in the Government Gardens just behind the Croquet Club building. It was built in 1924 and unveiled
The Old Rotorua RSA.
This building in Haupapa Street is no longer the RSA, it is being transformed by the Pukeroa Oruawhata Trust, into a new office space with cafe. Photo by Alison Leigh,
Rotorua airport, Fenton Street.
These photographs are copyrighted to the New Zealand Bomber Command Association archive. If you use any of these digital photographs, you must acknowledge the association as the owner.
Soldier Bruce awaiting sponsors.
Photo by Alison Leigh
QE Spa dressed for Anzac Day 2017.
Photo by Alison Leigh
Soldiers on Parade for Anzac Day 2017.
Photo by Alison Leigh
Soldier Eruera awaiting sponsors.
Photo by Alison Leigh
Soldier Albert sponsored by Geyser Community Foundation.
Photo by Alison Leigh
Soldier Jack sponsored by Friends of QE Health.
Photo by Alison Leigh
Soldier David sponsored by O'Sullivan Clemens at QESpa.
Photo by Alison Leigh
Soldier Tom sponsored by Nga Whenua o Pukeko at QESpa.
Photo by Alison Leigh.
Class of 1943? outside Hinemoa Hotel, Rotorua.
These photographs are copyrighted to the New Zealand Bomber Command Association archive. If you use any of these digital photographs, you must acknowledge the association as the owner.
Mail call for RNZAF Cadets.
These photographs are copyrighted to the New Zealand Bomber Command Association archive. If you use any of these digital photographs, you must acknowledge the association as the owner.