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War Economy

List of Illustrations

page viii

List of Illustrations

Food for Britain: a convoy under attack, November 1940
Following page 72
A typical scene at mustering time on a Canterbury station Department of Internal Affairs
Modern dairy farming methods
State housing, Wellington Tourist and Publicity Department
Construction of the Ngahauranga Gorge road in 1938–39 Public Works Department
Plant assembled for levelling work at RNZAF Station, Whenuapai, January 1939 Public Works Department
Enlisting for the First Echelon, 2 NZEF, at Wellington C. P. S. Boyer
Construction work at Trentham in the early weeks of war C. P. S. Boyer
The first troops leave New Zealand, January 1940 Weekly News, Auckland
Following page 152
Levelling the site at Waiouru Camp in August 1940 Weekly News
Carpenters at work on a dormitory at Waiouru in September 1940 Weekly News
Assembling engines for training aircraft C. P. S. Boyer
Assembling de Havilland training aircraft in a Wellington factory Director of Publicity
Modern small-arms were produced in considerable quantities Government Film Studios
Production of Bren carriers in a motor-car assembly plant Government Film Studios page ix
Stamping out steel helmets for the Home Guard and E.P.S. Government Film Studios
Trailer fire pumps for the Far East forces Government Film Studios
Following page 184
Fertiliser loading installations, Nauru Island New Zealand Geographer
Processing fertiliser in New Zealand Sparrow Industrial Pictures Ltd., Auckland
The phosphate quarries at Clarendon, Otago Department of Agriculture
A Maori girl ready to start milking Department of Internal Affairs
Servicemen help with the harvest Government Film Studios
Services vegetable production scheme, Levin Department of Internal Affairs
Women at a Pukekohe factory coring cabbages for dehydration Weekly News
Processing linen-flax fibre, Foxton Department of Internal Affairs
Following page 232
Arrival of United States forces, Wellington, June 1942 G. Silk, Australian Ministry of Information
A United States Marine makes friends with a City Milk Department horse on the Wellington wharves C. P. S. Boyer
Marine Corps camp at McKay's Crossing, near Paekakariki
Installing power at the New Zealand built camp for United States Marines at Anderson Park, Wellington Department of Internal Affairs
A United States Marine takes delivery of bacon Department of Internal Affairs
United States Joint Purchasing Board warehouses at Gracefield, Hutt Valley Public Works Department
Constructing a shipyard at Auckland for the United States Navy Department of Internal Affairs
Brides for the United States Weekly News
Following page 368
Loading butter for export Director of Publicity
Telescoping lamb carcasses to make the best use of refrigerated shipping space Department of Agriculture page x
Unshipped wool, November 1944
The Port Bowen aground near Wanganui, 1940 Tesea Studios, Wanganui
The barque Pamir, a valuable addition to New Zealand's depleted shipping Department of Internal Affairs
Signing the reciprocal aid agreement, United States - New Zealand, at Washington United States official photograph
Wellington Harbour Board's floating crane Hikitea unloading a tank from the Akaroa Department of Internal Affairs
Troops unloading New Zealand prefabricated buildings ‘somewhere in the Pacific 3 NZ Division official photograph
Following page 432
The Controller of Shipbuilding (Mr James Fletcher) speaks at a launching Department of Internal Affairs
A coastal scow delivers a cargo of kauri and other New Zealand timber Department of Internal Affairs
Prefabricated keels of tow-boats ready for transport to an Auckland shipyard Department of Internal Affairs
Launching New Zealand built tow-boats, Auckland, August 1943 Department of Internal Affairs
Plugging the manpower gaps. An 83-year-old cutting metal for Army buckets Government Film Studios
Women in men's jobs: operating a lathe Weekly News
Wartime hydro-electric development, Karapiro Station Tourist and Publicity Department
Fund-raising campaigns for war purposes—‘Liberty Corner’, Wellington Department of Internal Affairs
Following page 448
Free fruit in schools Department of Internal Affairs
A collier leaves Westport Department of Internal Affairs
Open-cast coal mining Director of Publicity
Wartime racing, Trentham, March 1943 Department of Internal Affairs
Food rationing. Clipping ration coupons in a restaurant Weekly News
Coal shortages affect the housewife: cooking over a primus Weekly News page xi
Women tramway employees, Wellington, 1944 C. P. S. Boyer
A goods train crosses a viaduct on the North Island main trunk railway New Zealand Government Railways
Following page 544
Revival of State house construction, October 1944 Department of Internal Affairs
Rehabilitation. Disabled ex-soldiers making surgical boots Sparrow Industrial Pictures Ltd.
War assets realisation. Surplus trucks for disposal G. T. Gillies
Post-war power development. The Maraetai hydro-electric power scheme Tourist and Publicity Department
Part of the Kaingaroa forest New Zealand Forest Service
Beef production, Molesworth Station Robin Smith Photography Ltd., Christchurch
Rail-air service between North and South Islands New Zealand Government Railways
Roll-on ferry, the m.v. Aramoana New Zealand Government Railways