War

Armed conflict (War), Fighting, Hostilities
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Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :'Well something had to be done' [ca 26 March 2003].
Date: 2003 Ref: DX-002-233 Description: Edna and her farming husband sit in the living room having dinner infront of the television; they are watching the news. Edna's husband points to an image of...
Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :[The new face of Iraq] New Zealand Herald, 24 March, 2003.
Date: 2003 Ref: DX-002-230 Description: Uncle Sam covers over a poster of Saddam Hussein with one of the "golden arches" of Mc Donalds. Refers to the United States' invasion of Iraq. Quantity: 1 d...
"Before 'Lest we forget', some of us need to learn in the first place..." 25 April, 2005.
Date: 2005 Ref: DCDL-0000795 Description: The cartoon is a simple image of a gun with a soldier's helmet balanced on the butt. Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
Date: 1938 From: New Zealand National Party: [Political pamphlets, fliers and election propaganda. 1930s]. Ref: Eph-A-NZ-NATIONAL-1938-01-07/08 Description: Pages 7-8 of booklet put out before 1938 election. Shows an arrangement of text with portraits of Ramsay McDonald (at left), Stalin, Mussolini and Hitler and...
Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :'Do you think there'll be a war?' 'Only if the Swiss win!' New Zealand Herald, 18 February, 2003.
Date: 2003 Ref: DX-002-204 Description: A barman reads the paper and asks a question regarding the United States' threat to Iraq. The bloke sitting at the bar with his beer answers the question in ...
"New Zealand won't support our calls to attack Iraq!" "That's a relief... their track record on terrorists is not that crash hot!" ca 10 September 2002.
Date: 2002 Ref: DCDL-0002482 Description: Shows the American President, George W Bush, reading about New Zealand's unsuccesful attemps to eradicate the Painted Apple Moth. When informed by an advisor...
Date: 1973 From: Various cartoonists :Cartoons from the New Zealand News, 1970s Ref: A-297-122 Description: Two englishmen walk down a street eating fish and chips. One man says to the other 'I think I just swallowed a lump of shrapnel'. The headliner outside the ...
Date: 1968 From: K E Niven and Co :Commercial negatives Ref: 1/2-220238-F Description: Copy of war painting, 1968, Photographed by K.E. Niven & Co. of Wellington. Description from negative envelope and studio card index Quantity: 1 b&w origin...
Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :Mister President - we think we know where Saddam's hidden those weapons! New Zealand Herald, 22 May 2003.
Date: 2003 Ref: DX-002-273 Description: A United States military official telling the President of the United States on the phone that Iraq's weapons of mass destruction have been sent to New Zeala...
Date: 1944 Ref: F-014 Description: Mussolini vanquished and lying sprawled across part of the globe. His right hand rests on the skulls of his victims, and the symbols of Italian Fascism, the ...