The Salvation Army's provision of ambulances and ambulance crews in the First World War.
The China missionary service of New Zealand Salvation Army officer Eva Ludbrook (nee Wilkinson).
Harold Hill examines the glowing tributes made to New Zealand Salvation Army military chaplains serving in World War I.
Lieutenant Colonel Lawrence Weggery - Spitfire pilot and Salvation Army Officer
Māori knew him as Enata Horowe. His Pākehā name was Albert Arthur Ernest Holdaway and he was a formidable man.
Norman Bicknell was a well-regarded chaplain during World War II and remained in the Military Chaplaincy until his retirement.
Tribute to Jim Cochrane Kennedy: 25 August 1939 to 17 April 2010
For ninety-five years The Salvation Army's Rotoroa Island offered a haven of tranquillity and therapy for inebriates in New Zealand.
The symbolism of The Salvation Army crest is as follows:
The Tonga Regional Band conducting an outreach in Fua'amotu village, 1993.
Dr. Rive's two Festival Series selections for brass band "I know a Fount" and "Pilgrim Song" brought him world renown.
Government support in the 1920s gave The Salvation Army the chance to implement William Booth's Darkest England migration scheme.