In honour of what brave
New Zealand soldiers achieved
on the 4th of November 1918.
Le Quesnoy is part of our heritage
The New Zealand division in WWI was one of the most formidable fighting divisions of the British Expeditionary Force. When they found themselves staring up at the towering walls of Le Quesnoy, they knew something remarkable would have to be done to liberate this quiet French town from German occupation.
Keep our history alive
The memory of what happened 100 years ago at Le Quesnoy deserves to live on for hundreds more. With your help, the New Zealand Memorial Museum Trust can build a museum entirely devoted to the courageous New Zealand men and women who served in WWI and WWII. The Museum offers a place for travellers to stay, a place to pay respects and a place for research.