This, of course, isn't the only WW100 project by any means. To get an overview of what else is going on, check out the WW100 website:
WW100 is a shared identity for New Zealand First World War centenary projects and activities, from official state ceremonies and legacy projects to community initiatives and personal projects.
The WW100 programme offers every New Zealander the chance to consider the impact of the First World War — whether you reflect on the nature of war, remember family members who served, visit a memorial, or think about how your community was affected by events long ago.
WW100 is an opportunity to better understand our past and how it still shapes us today. For recent immigrants it is a chance to find out more about your new home and its history.