2nd New Zealand Field Ambulance

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2nd New Zealand Field Ambulance
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Country: New Zealand
Service: New Zealand Army
Branch: New Zealand Expeditionary Force
Type: Medical
Specific type: Field ambulance
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Personal narratives[edit]

Arthur Anderson Martin (26 March 1877 - 1916)[edit]

Major and Medical practitioner. New Zealand Medical Corp

Diary covers embarkation, hospital experiences in France.

Gaetone Joseph Fama[edit]

Private and stretcher bearer. 5th Reinforcements.

Copy of letter, 1 October 1916, by Private Gaetone Joseph Fama (Service No 3/668 ), Alexander Turnbull Library (MS-Papers-10732)

Letter covers the Battle of the Somme

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