New Zealand - Military relations - Iraq

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Murdoch, Sharon Gay, 1960- :Gutsy. 2 March 2015
Date: 2015 From: Murdoch, Sharon Gay, 1960-: Digital cartoons published in The Press, Sunday Star Times, Dominion Post, and other publications By: Sunday star times (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0030699 Description: A two part cartoon labelled Gutsy. In the top frame a manic looking John Key yells "Get some guts and join the right side!!!" In the bottom frame a much smal...
Murdoch, Sharon Gay, 1960- :In the Club. 22 February 2015
Date: 2015 From: Murdoch, Sharon Gay, 1960-: Digital cartoons published in The Press, Sunday Star Times, Dominion Post, and other publications By: Sunday star times (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0030698 Description: Shows a gun-carrying rebel fighter (representing Islamic State - IS) in one half and a gun-carrying New Zealand soldier blindfolded by a United States flag i...
Date: 2015 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0030771 Description: Cartoons published in the Press and/or Sunday Star Times. This accession also contains backlog cartoons received in February and March 2015. Shows a group of...
Date: 2015 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0030773 Description: Shows a short soldier depicting New Zealand running to catch up with taller soldiers heading to Iraq. The New Zealand soldier is carrying a slingshot and a p...
Date: 2015 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0030775 Description: Shows UK, USA and NZ armoured vehicles heading towards Baghdad, Iraq. The vehicles are on the left hand side of the road. Iraqi spectators watch them go past...
Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Big kiwi roll. 25 February 2015
Date: 2015 By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0030774 Description: Shows a kiwi squashed between a bread roll. The top roll is labelled 'tribalism', the bottom roll is labelled 'terrorism'. A speech bubble reads "Is that the...
Hodgson, Trace, 1958- :The rules of engagement. 15 February 2015
Date: 2015 By: Dominion post (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0030742 Description: Cartoon shows a New Zealand Army soldier who is taken aback by a long list given to him by Prime Minister John Key who says "There's (sic) just a few little ...
Date: 2015 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0030766 Description: Cartoon comments on the possibility of New Zealand troops being sent to Iraq by showing three New Zealand Army soldiers in a desert environment with one sold...
Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :Boys. 14 February 2015
Date: 2015 Ref: DCDL-0030805 Description: Under the heading 'Iraqi foreign minister requests NZ help', Dr Ibrahim al-Jaafari says "We'd be so grateful for you committing your boys, Prime Minister." J...
Hubbard, James, 1949- :"Where's the ackshul foreign media? Our troops have left Oz and are ackshully in transit in Kuwait! Did ya get that?" 1 May 2015
Date: 1 May 2015 By: New Zealand. Army Ref: DCDL-0031238 Description: Depicts Prime Minister John Key standing in the desert, his mouth is pictured running away from him saying 'Where's the ackshul foreign media? Our troops hav...
Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Confiscating Keys. 3 March 2015
Date: 2015 Ref: DCDL-0030947 Description: Shows Prime Minister John Key saying "Overloading, driving erraticly (sic), unsecured load, not wearing seat belts, speeding!..." and demanding the keys from...
Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Fan zone war zone. 31 March 2015
Date: 2015 Ref: DCDL-0030964 Description: One scene shows a smiling New Zealand cricketer pushing an airport trolley with cricket gear, heading towards the 'fan zone'. The other scene shows a soldier...
Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Waitangi Day. 5 February 2015
Date: 2015 Ref: DCDL-0030969 Description: Shows two men (Maori and Pakeha) ruminating on the 'Waitangi Bridge' with the Maori man commenting "We've come a long way since Maori fought Pakeha for contr...
Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :The real recruit. 13 February 2015
Date: 2015 Ref: DCDL-0030975 Description: Shows a New Zealand soldier whose shadow is shaking a hand which symbolises America. Text on the soldier's shadow says 'The 'legitimacy' our involvement len...
Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Voltaire. 4 February 2015
Date: 2015 Ref: DCDL-0030968 Description: Shows an approximation of a quote from French writer and philosopher Voltaire 'It is forbidden to kill... unless done in large numbers and to the sound of tr...
Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Our troops won't fight. 24 February 2015
Date: 2015 Ref: DCDL-0030985 Description: Shows Prime Minister John Key telling a media pack "Our troops won't take part in any actual fighting" but in the next panel, Key looks stunned when one of t...
Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Training Iraqis to protect themselves. 13 February 2015
Date: 2015 Ref: DCDL-0030976 Description: Shows a blackened Iraqi soldier telling Foreign Minister Murray McCully "Islamic State is screwing us and we can't protect ourselves!". McCully replies "We'...
Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Iraqi foreign minister arrives. 12 February 2015
Date: 2015 Ref: DCDL-0030974 Description: Under the heading 'Iraqi foreign minister arrives to push US foreign policy', Iraqi Foreign Minister Dr Ibrahim Al-Jaafari is depicted as a cherub with a hea...
Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :United Future opposes ISIS plan. 19 February 2015
Date: 2015 Ref: DCDL-0030981 Description: Under the heading 'United Future opposes Nats plans to supply military training in Iraq' United Future leader Peter Dunne is shown steadfastly not listening ...
Date: 2015 From: Hubbard, James, 1949- :Digital caricatures and cartoons By: Setford News Photo Agency Ref: DCDL-0031027 Description: Prime Minister John Key is depicted as an ostrich burying his head in the sand whilst accepting a Best Actor Oscar award for the film Birdman. The metaphor ...