More than 100,000WWII Army records are being made freely available for the first time through an online cenotaph. Auckland Museum is inviting the public to add what they know to the records of New Zealand servicemen and women who served in the Second WorldWar. Nearly eight decades ago this week - on September 12 1939 - enlistment for the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force (2NZEF) got underway, signalling the start of this country’s involvement in the Second World War. Of the 140,000 New Zealanders dispatched to serve overseas in WWII, 104,000 of them served with the 2NZEF. Auckland Museum is nowmaking these WWII Army personnel records publicly accessible through Online Cenotaph. Online Cenotaph enables the public to add information to individual records or to lay a poppy on the page of different servicemen or women to remember them. More than 80,000 pieces of information have been added to the records since 2015. For more information visit http:/ /www.aucklandmuseum.com.