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1918 Members of the New Zealand Rifle Brigade signatures in the Mayor of Wolverhampton (John Francis Myatt) visitors book.

During WW1 troops from the New Zealand Rifle Brigade were based at Brocton training Camp, Cannock Chase, from 1917 to May 1919.

The New Zealand Rifle Brigade were considered some of New Zealand’s elite forces. One hundred years on Thursday 23rd May 2019 a new memorial was unveiled.

The Ngā Tapuwae  (in their footsteps) Heritage Sign unveiled outside the Great War hut at Cannock Chase Visitor Centre, Staffordshire
Unveiled by Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae GNZM QSO, The High Commissioner for New Zealand and Deputy Lord Lieutenant for Staffordshire Colonel Chris Comport.
Ngā Tapuwae  (in their footsteps) New Zealand First World War Trails
There are 73 Commonwealth War Graves for New Zealand Men