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The Salvation Army's provision of ambulances and ambulance crews in the First World War.

Provision of Ambulances in the First World War

5 Oct | 2016

The Salvation Army's provision of ambulances and ambulance crews in the First World War.

China missionary service of New Zealand Salvation Army officer Eva Ludbrook (nee Wilkinson).

Save The World Army

17 Aug | 2016

The China missionary service of New Zealand Salvation Army officer Eva Ludbrook (nee Wilkinson).

Padre Walter Winton, (back left) with other Salvation Army Chaplains; Bladin (back right), Walls (centre) Garner (front left) and Greene (front right).

New Zealand Salvation Army Padres in WWI

18 Apr | 2016

Harold Hill examines the glowing tributes made to New Zealand Salvation Army military chaplains serving in World War I.

Lt Col Weggery

9 Nov | 2015

Lieutenant Colonel Lawrence Weggery - Spitfire pilot and Salvation Army Officer

Holdaway - The Pioneer of Ministry to Maori in New Zealand

14 Feb | 2011

Māori knew him as Enata Horowe. His Pākehā name was Albert Arthur Ernest Holdaway and he was a formidable man.

Norman Bicknell

6 Oct | 2010

Norman Bicknell was a well-regarded chaplain during World War II and remained in the Military Chaplaincy until his retirement.

Jim Kennedy

28 May | 2010

Tribute to Jim Cochrane Kennedy: 25 August 1939 to 17 April 2010

Rotoroa Island

23 Apr | 2010

For ninety-five years The Salvation Army's Rotoroa Island offered a haven of tranquillity and therapy for inebriates in New Zealand.

The Salvation Army Crest

26 Feb | 2010

The symbolism of The Salvation Army crest is as follows:

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