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Links To Other Medals Websites

The following list of links to other medals websites is not exhaustive. Publication of this list and the links it provides does not imply that the New Zealand Defence Force endorses any particular site or believes that the information contained in it is necessarily correct. Links are also provided to a range of New Zealand, Australian, British and Canadian military museums, war memorials, military history websites, personnel record archives, the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and the Royal New Zealand Returned and Services' Association.

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Australia

  • http://www.itsanhonour.gov.au - The Australian Honours system
  • http://www.defence.gov.au/medals - The Directorate of Honours and Awards, Australian Department of Defence - includes campaign medals
  • http://news.defence.gov.au - Australian Defence Ministers and Chief of Defence Force - Media Releases and Speeches
  • http://www.ramint.gov.au - The Royal Australian Mint, Canberra
  • http://www.awm.gov.au/research/people/honours_and_awards/introduction/ - The Australian War Memorial's searchable database of Australians who have received awards for gallant or distinguished conduct or service
  • http://www.diggerhistory.info/pages-medals/australian_vc.htm - Australian Victoria Cross winners
  • http://www.lostmedalsaustralia.com/ - Lost Medals Australia - research site dedicated to the returning of medal groups to the families of Australian service persons.  Mainly First and Second World War medal groups, but some groups for Vietnam service are listed too.  Some British medal groups are also listed on this website. The Lost Medals Australia website also provides advice on how to locate the military records of individuals who served in the Australian military during the First and Second World Wars.
  • http://lostmedalsaustralia.blogspot.com/ - The blog of Lost Medals Australia, which includes general information on, and images of, medals awarded to Australian military personnel
  • Very well presented glossy books, with high quality colour photographs, about medals awarded to Australian military personnel can be purchased from the Australian War Memorial, Canberra. One book features Campaign and Operational Medals (1845-2003) (40 pages - 2nd edition, published December 2003); the second book concerns Long Service and Other Non-Operational Awards (1830-2002) (32 pages - 1st edition, published December 2002). The cost of each book is $8.95 (Australian). The first book is out of print, as at 29 October 2007. The postal address for purchases is: Memorial Shop, Australian War Memorial, GPO Box 345, CANBERRA ACT 2601, AUSTRALIA; or by e-mail: memorial.shop@awm.gov.au

Canada

United Kingdom

United States

United Nations

Belgium

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CANADIAN MILITARY MUSEUMS

UNITED KINGDOM MILITARY MUSEUMS

United States Military History

NEW ZEALAND MILITARY PERSONNEL RECORDS

AUSTRALIAN MILITARY PERSONNEL RECORDS

NEW ZEALAND VETERANS' ASSOCIATIONS

Tribute 08

  • http://www.tribute08.co.nz
    • - Tribute 08 was a commemoration and reunion event for all New Zealand Vietnam veterans and their families. Veterans from other forces that served in Vietnam also attended and the event was of national significance with an international perspective and interest. Tribute 08 was held in Wellington over Queen's Birthday weekend from Friday 30 May to Sunday 1 June 2008.
  • http://www.vietnamwar.govt.nz - The Vietnam War Oral History Project
    • - a project led by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage to record the Memories of New Zealand and the Vietnam War.  The Ministry for Culture and Heritage invites those New Zealanders who served in Vietnam and their families to record their memories on this website.

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