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Each episode of Bugle Stories looks at a different, shiny or dull, facet of a little copper and brass instrument, the standard army issue bugle. Here are some accompanying images.
Great uncle Cecil Mead from Shelley’s family photo album.
Bugle and microphone Photo RNZ/ Shelley Wilkinson
The shorter version of Reveille (Rouse) from 'Trumpet and Bugle Sounds for the Army, 1927 by authority Robt. Harding (Litho-Print) Pty. Ltd, Issued with Army Orders for June, 1927'. Photo: RNZ/ Shelley Wilkinson.
Woman blowing a bugle to announce Christmas dinner, 1916, hospital camp of the 7th Medical Unit of the Scottish Women's Hospitals for Foreign Service, at Ostrovo, Macedonia, Serbia. Ref: PAColl-6972-12-20 Alexander Turnbull Library.
Unidentified soldiers playing a reveille on bugles, WW2, by James Herbert Henderson,1918-2005. Ref: 1/2-116444-F. Alexander Turnbull Library.
WW1 bugle from Auckland War Memorial Museum | Tamaki Paenga Hira collection. Photo RNZ/ Shelley Wilkinson.
Detail of WW1 bugle from Auckland War Memorial Museum | Tamaki Paenga Hira collection. Photo RNZ/ Shelley Wilkinson.
Detail of newly-made lanyard with decorative tassels from Auckland War Memorial Museum | Tamaki Paenga Hira collection. Photo RNZ/ Shelley Wilkinson.
WW1 bugle with original straps from Auckland War Memorial Museum | Tamaki Paenga Hira collection. Photo RNZ/ Shelley Wilkinson.
Engraving of SS Waimana and the Auckland battalion. Photo Graeme Wilson.
Engravings showing Sergeant Postlewaight’s number, rank and name, as well as some Gallipoli locations. Photo Graeme Wilson.
Blake and Ken with the bugle in the taproom. Photo RNZ/ Shelley Wilkinson.
"The bugle has made it back to Anzac Cove….!!" So wrote Captain Graham Hickman, Director of Music for NZ Army Band from ANZAC Cove, 21 April 2015. The “tattooed” bugle will be played at the special combined forces dawn service there, and later in the day up on Chunuk Bair. Photo: Graham Hickman.
Programme producer Shelley WIlkinson’s big brother Ross (3rd bugler from left) in the Nelson Boy’s Brigade company C. 1962. Photo: supplied.
"Duty calls the youth of New Zealand". New Zealand Royal New Zealand Air Force Air Training Corps. Artist unknown. Offset - C.M. Banks Ltd, Wellington (1942). Ref: Eph-D-WAR-WII-1942-03 Alexander Turnbull Library.
Christchurch West High School drum and bugle corps on parade. By William A Price in early 1900s. Ref: 1/2-000426-G Alexander Turnbull Library.
Cover of ‘Munition Mary’ C. 1917 by Brenda Girvan (1862-1952), illustrated by Gertrude Demain Hammond “a novel for teenage girls about a teenage girl, the eponymous Mary”
Bugle call 'Mens’ Meal -1st call' (come to the cookhouse door) Photo RNZ/ Shelley Wilkinson.
Various horn emblems. Photo RNZ Shelley Wilkinson.
Deutsche Post logo by Deutsche Post AG. Image: PD.
Bugle call 'Retreat' or 'Sunset'. Photo: Shelley Wilkinson.
Private George Francis Mcgovern Bissett. Photo: National Army Museum Te Mata Toa.
George Bissett’s bugle. Photo: National Army Museum Te Mata Toa.
Bugle. Photo: RNZ Shelley Wilkinson.
Bugle detail 1. Photo: RNZ Shelley Wilkinson.
Bugle detail 2. Photo: RNZ Shelley Wilkinson.
Bugle call 'Last Post' from Trumpet and Bugle Sounds of the Army - Arthur Cecil Douglas Flintoff Mickle; Gale and Polden Ltd 1915. Auckland War Memorial Museum Tamaki Paenga Hira collection ID 742463. Photo: Shelley Wilkinson.
...at the going down of the sun and in the morning... Cartoon by Malcolm Paul Evans (1945-) Press (Christchurch N.Z.) 24 April 2012. Ref: DCDL-0021002 Alexander Turnbull Library.
Last Post being played at the burial of Sapper J F Haynes, Romarin, France. Photo Henry Armytage Sanders RNZRSA. Ref: 1/2-012761-G. Alexander Turnbull Library.
The images in this gallery are used with permission and are subject to copyright conditions.
Producer Shelley Wilkinson talks about something that is dear to her heart, and which surfaced through family memories and memorabilia, namely a photo of her Great Uncle Cecil.