We walked round the graves listening to stories about the men (and some women) buried there, and then gathered at the lychgate for our two minutes' silence.
|The first grave in the Karori services cemetery, 1918...|
|...soon followed by many others as the influenza epidemic struck.|
|Memorial wall to those who died and were buried at sea|
|The steps commemorate Rifleman Kane "and his comrades" who died at Passchendaele|
|The inscription over the lychgate: "Peace with honour"|