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New Zealand’s final attack of WWI was filmed, what happened to the footage?

New Zealand’s huge participation in the Great War of 1914-18 was the most-filmed event in our history up until that time.

As 10 percent of our entire population donned khaki uniforms, marched onto troopships and sailed halfway around the world to fight and die for the British Empire, motion picture cameras were on hand to film a good portion of that experience.

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