The New Zealand Tunnellers Website
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There is no permanent memorial on the Western Front to the extraordinary work of the Royal Engineers tunnellers. Help us commemorate their achievements by donating to the Tunnellers Memorial Fund. Details of the proposed memorial can be found on this site. The memorial is expected to be unveiled in the summer of 2010.
A detailed long-term archaeological and historical study to help promote the perpetual preservation of a unique segment of First World War battlefield in the village of La Boisselle, Somme.
Established by enthusiasts, the Study Group is promoting a forgotten underground heritage, compound of ancient quarries or underground refuges, the "muches." The group is visiting and studying in particular the undergrounds and the muches from North of France.
Tunnelling Company descendants and others have formed a committee to work towards attending World War One centennial commemorations.
Official Website of the NZ History made by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Further details about the Arras Tunnels and the history of the NZ Tunnelling Company can be found on this pages.
Waihi and Karangahake Men in the NZ Tunnelling Company are many. Of the men who enlisted from Waihi to serve in the Tunnelling Company, most of them were miners and a number were older, married men. Learn more of the Tunnellers from Waihi and Karangahake on this site.
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