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Military Photos https://www.nscb.org.nz/apps/photos/ Military Photos Claude Trichon WW2 Claude was clarinetist Noelene Rainham's father. He fought in the Second World War and survived but died in 1956 aged 42. https://www.nscb.org.nz/apps/photos/photo?photoID=194993794 194993794 Colin Livingston Ross WW2 Flautist Janet Tracey's uncle. He was in a medical platoon during the Second World War. This photo was probably taken before he left for the Pacific. https://www.nscb.org.nz/apps/photos/photo?photoID=194993796 194993796 Colin Livingston Ross WW2 Flautist Janet Tracey's uncle. He was in a medical platoon during the Second World War. https://www.nscb.org.nz/apps/photos/photo?photoID=194993795 194993795 Corporal William Bridgman WW1 Standing on the left is flautist Janet Tracey's maternal grandfather. He was in the 2nd Hampshire regiment, in the British 29th Division who fought at Gallipoli together with the Anzac troops. He wrote a diary telling of his regiments landing into barbed wire on the beaches at Gallipoli, and many of the British and New Zealanders around him being killed, he specifically mentions the new Zealanders, not knowing that his youngest daughter would later end up marrying one! He was wounded, but survived, as you can see him with a stick in this photo. https://www.nscb.org.nz/apps/photos/photo?photoID=194993797 194993797 Corporal William Bridgman WW1 On the right is flautist Janet Tracey's maternal grandfather. See previous caption for more details. https://www.nscb.org.nz/apps/photos/photo?photoID=194993798 194993798 Herbert Frederick Beacham WW1 Herbert Frederick Beacham was a relative of saxophonist Graham Beacham. He served in France in the army service corps during W.W.1 and survived the war. https://www.nscb.org.nz/apps/photos/photo?photoID=194993799 194993799 The Southern Army Orchestra WW2 The musical director in this photo is Captain E.L. Beacham, a relative of saxophonist Graham Beacham. This picture was taken in June 1944 in Madras and most of the members were Italian prisoners of war. https://www.nscb.org.nz/apps/photos/photo?photoID=194993801 194993801 The Watch on the Rhine WW1 The two on the left of this photo are Roy & Harold Cadwalader who served in the infantry in France. They were the brothers of Graham Beacham's Grandmother. The photo was taken in Cologne at the end of W.W.1. https://www.nscb.org.nz/apps/photos/photo?photoID=194993802 194993802 John Haigh WW1 John Haigh is a relative of our double-bass player Deborah Pain. He signed up for the First World War aged only 15, having lied about his age, and died in Flanders. https://www.nscb.org.nz/apps/photos/photo?photoID=194993800 194993800

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