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WW1 Artillery Firing Range finds

Article about: As you may or may not know New Zealand never saw WW1 or WW2 fighting on our home soil. So we dont have any battle sites from those 2 periods of war. However on saying that we can still find

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    Default WW1 Artillery Firing Range finds

    As you may or may not know New Zealand never saw WW1 or WW2 fighting on our home soil. So we dont have any battle sites from those 2 periods of war.
    However on saying that we can still find relics of those periods buried in the ground from training exercises.
    Well this last week has been quite exciting as i was taken two training sites, one from each war.

    One of the sites was a WW1 Artillery Firing Range.

    Enjoy the the pics and my finds.
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    Last edited by NZRelicHunter; 01-13-2015 at 09:44 AM.

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