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Update: Ballot For Gallipoli Commemorations


Veterans Affairs Announces Ballot For Gallipoli Commemorations

Please note the following veteran’s group has been added to the list of those eligible to apply:

  • World War II
  • 2NZEF Japan (J Force)
  • KOREA
  • the Malaya/Borneo/Indonesia campaigns
  • Vietnam
  • the WRNZNS, NZWRAC/NZWAAC or WRNZAF
  • the Royal New Zealand Nursing Corps

    Veterans selected in the ballot will travel to Gallipoli with the official New Zealand delegation.

    Further details of the ballot including an application form can be obtained by calling 0800 483 8372 or at the Veterans Affairs website http://www.veteransaffairs.mil.nz

    Applications for the ballot will be accepted up until 5pm Friday 11 March 2005.


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