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(2) C.1001 - Sir Joseph Ward, General Sir Douglas Haig, Mr Massey

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(3) C.1001 - Sir Joseph Ward, General Sir Douglas Haig, Mr Massey

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(2) C.1001 - Sir Joseph Ward, General Sir Douglas Haig, Mr Massey
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DescriptionIn this photograph General Sir Douglas Haig (1861-1928) stands second from the right. Also present are Sir Joseph Ward (1856-1930), member of the New Zealand National Government and ex-Prime Minister, and the Rt. Hon William Massey (1865-1925), Prime Minister at the time (sworn in 12 August 1915). During World War I over 124,000, almost ten per cent of the New Zealand population joined the army. Seventeen thousand were killed. [Original reads: 'Sir Joseph Ward, General Sir Douglas Haig, Mr Massey.']
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DescriptionPhotographs showing Field Marshall Earl Haig.
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First World War 'Official Photographs'
DescriptionBlack-and-white photographs mainly of the Western Front during the First World War. Official British war photographers took many of them for propaganda purposes. Unless otherwise stated, titles are the photographs' original captions. From the papers of Field Marshal (Earl) Haig (1861-1928). The Haig Papers also contain Douglas Haig’s diaries.
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