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National War Memorial
New Zealand
Dedication of National War Memorial Carillon, Wellington.jpg
The dedication of the National War Memorial Carillon, on Anzac Day, 25 April 1932.
For New Zealand dead of South African War, World Wars I and II and the wars in Korea, Malaysia and Vietnam
Unveiled Anzac Day 1932
Location 41°17′56.67″S 174°46′37.80″E / 41.299075°S 174.777167°E / -41.299075; 174.777167
near Wellington, New Zealand
Designed by Gummer and Ford

The New Zealand National War Memorial is located next to the New Zealand Dominion Museum building on Buckle Street, in Wellington, the nation's capital. It was dedicated in 1932 on Anzac Day in commemoration of the First World War.

The memorial also officially remembers the New Zealanders who gave their lives in the South African War, World War II and the wars in Korea, Malaysia and Vietnam.

The War Memorial consists of the War Memorial Carillon, the Hall of Memories, and an unknown New Zealand warrior interred in a tomb constructed in 2004 in front of the Hall of Memories.

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