The New Zealand Medical Service in the Great War 1914-1918
Grace, Dr. Morgan S., C.M.G., M.L.C. "Sketch of the New Zealand War," London, 1899. Horace Marshall and Son (written by the late Surgeon-General Grace).
Marshall, W. B., Surgeon R.N. "A personal narrative of two visits to New Zealand." (London, 1836, James Nisbet & Co.).
Thompson, Arthur S., M.D., Surgeon-Major 58th Regt. "The Story of New Zealand" (London, 1859, John Murray).
Whitmore, Sir George, Major-General, K.C.M.G., M L.C. "The last Maori War in New Zealand." (London, 1902, Simpson, Low, Marston & Coy.).
"Anzac": "12 Months Hard." (Heineman, 1916). Written by a New Zealand Sapper.
Anzac Book. Written and illustrated by Anzacs at Gallipoli; edited by C. E. W. Bean, Australian War Correspondent (Cassell 1916).
Bean, C. E. W. "The Story of Anzac." Australian Official War History, Vol I. (Angus Robertson, Sydney 1921).
Beeston, Lt.-Col., A.A.M.C. "Five Months at Gallipoli," covers the landing and the work of the 4th Australian Field Ambulance.
Hamilton, Sir Ian. (1) "The tragic story of the Dardanelles": Dispatches from May 20th, 1915 to January 6th, 1916. (Five maps, Newnes); (2) "My Gallipoli Diary," 2nd Edition (London, 1920, Edward Arnold); (3) "The Dardanelles, an Epic told in Pictures." A photographic record to illustrate the Dispatches (London, 1916, Alfieri Picture Service).
Mackenzie, Clutha. "The Tale of a Trooper" (John Lane, London, 1921). Contains a vivid picture of Sari Bair, August 1915.
Masefield, John. "Gallipoli" (London, 1917, Heineman).
Nevinson. "Gallipoli" (London, 1918, Nisbét & Co.).
Ross, Malcolm. "The Light and Shade of War." Written by the New Zealand War Correspondent (London, Ed. Arnold 1916).
Waite, Fred. Major D.S.O., N.Z.E. "Gallipoli." New Zealand Official History (Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd., Wellington 1921).
The Western Front.
Buchan, John. Nelson's History of the Great War, 1st Edition.
Dewar and Boraston "The Haigh Command." Supplements Lord Haigh'a Dispatches and contains much political information which could not be published during the war. (London, Constable 1922).
French, Field-Marshall, Viscount or Ypres. "1914." (Constable, London 1919).
Haigh, Field-Marshall Lord. Dispatches. (London 1920, J. M. Dent & Sons).
Ludendorf, Genl. Von. "My War Memories." Translation. (London 1919, Hutchinson).
Martin, A. A., M.D., F.R.C.S.E. "A Surgeon in Khaki," by the late Major A Martin, N.Z.M.C.: deals with treatment of wounded in 1914-1915. (London, Ed. Arnold 1916).
Neil, hardie, Lt.-Col., D.S.O. (F), N.Z.M.C. "Field Ambulance Organisation." A valuable compilation. (London, 1919, Lewis & Co.).
Stewart, Col. H., C.M.G., D.S.O., M.C." The New Zealand Division in France.' New Zealand Official History. (Whitcombe & Tombs, Wellington, 1922).
Weston, Claude, Lt.-Col., D.S.O. "Three Years with the New Zealanders." Gives a pen picture of Passchendacle.
Sinai and Palestine.
Larrey, D. J. (Baron). "Relation historique et chirurgicale de l'éxpedition de l'Armée d'orient en Egypte e Syrie." Paris Demonville et Sæurs. See also Sloan's Life of Napoleon.
Powles, Lt.-Col. C. Guy, C.M.G., D.S.O. "The New Zealanders in Sinai and Palestine." New Zealand Official History. (Wellington, Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd., 1922).page 552
In New Zealand and at the Bases.
Drew, Lt. H. T. B. "The War Effort of New Zealand." New Zealand Official History. Information about New Zealand Hospitals, Hospital Skips, N.Z.A.N.S. and Dental Corps. (Wellington, Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd., 1923).