World War, 1914-1918 - Psychological aspects

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Date: 1914-1918 By: Elliott, Pauline June (Lady), 1922-2009; Young, John George, 1887-1977 Ref: PAColl-0121 Description: Views of World War I soldiers, women and family snapshots. One shows a view of Gallipoli and others are probably towns in France or England. Photographs rela...
Date: 2 Nov 1991 From: Mothers and daughters oral history project By: Van Rooyen, Margaret, 1931- Ref: OHInt-0323/08 Description: Margaret van Rooyen born 1931, the fifth of eight children. Describes stylish mother who wrote a column in the Evening post - `Over the Fence with Eve'. Reca...
Date: 19 April 2002 - 19 Apr 2002 From: Agricultural heritage oral history project By: Stanford, Caroline Ivanhoe, 1897-2006; New Zealand National Fieldays Society Ref: OHInt-0639-1 Description: Carol Ivanhoe Stanford was born in Stratford in 1893, later moving to Hawera. Talks about her father milking 20 cows by hand, and learning to cook by the age...
Date: 01 Sept 1996 From: New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists: Conference recordings Ref: OHInt-0572-3 Description: Meeting of some early members of New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists, September 1996, while compiling history by Ruth W Manchester. The group discuss...
Date: 1997, 9 Jun 1998 - 09 Jun 1998 From: Conscientious objectors of World War II By: Browne, Marjorie Edna, 1924- Ref: OHInt-0426-01 Description: This interview is in 2 parts - the first is a recorded piece from a speech given by Marj Browne in 1997 - the second part is an interview made in Hamilton. M...
Date: 4 Apr 1998 - 04 Apr 1998 From: Welsh Society of Wellington Oral History Project By: Edmunds, Enid Aldwyth, 1913-2009 Ref: OHInt-0728/15 Description: Enid Edmunds (nee Richards) born Llansilin, Clwyd, North Wales 1913- . Explains mother's death at childbirth and circumstances of adoption to uncle and his w...