Many towns across New Zealand are home to a war memorial.
After World War I, they popped up everywhere. Then came memorial halls and memorial libararies.
All up, New Zealand has close to 2000 of them.
On Monday – Anzac Day – they'll become the centre of attention. Then most of us will ignore them for another year.
Jendy Harper meets Jock Phillips, a New Zealander who makes a habit of visiting cenotaphs and obelisks around the country.
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