Remembering...Horowhenua and the Second World War
The comprehensive World War II book – Remembering…Horowhenua and the Second World War – has biographies and photos of soldiers, sailors and airmen who served and died in the war and includes memories of some of the many men and women who returned from the war and came to Horowhenua. The stories behind the building of Horowhenua’s memorial halls and what was
happening on the Home Front during the war are also highlighted.
Adopt an Anzac’s World War II book marked the end of a 12-year project which started with researching the men named on district memorials, included the redevelopment of the Levin Cenotaph.
308 pages : illustrations (colour) ; 24 cm