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This article contains two major errors. 1. First Paragraph: AWMM is a provincial museum, not a national one. 2. "There are two 'Halls of Memory' within the museum, whose walls, together with a number of additional marble slabs, list the names of all known New Zealand soldiers killed in major conflicts during the 20th Century." No actually, as a provincial museum it only lists the names of those from the auckland province, or who served with an auckland battalion during WW1 and 2. All of NZ would take up significantly more wall-space. 18.104.22.168 (talk) 03:34, 3 December 2008 (UTC)