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nr 1 outpost (maori pa)

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"Number one Outpost, sometimes known as the Maori Pa, garrisoned by the Maori Contingent", period picture reproduced from "Te Hokowhitu A Tu, the Maori Pioneer Battalion in the first world war". (Auckland-1995), C. Pugsley, p. 38.

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"With the Maori's at Outpost nr 1.", period picture reproduced from “The New Zealanders at Gallipoli”, (Auckland 1921), Major Fred White, p. 195

 

 

 

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Last updated : 05/01/08

 

 

"Maoris of a New Zealand unit carved this representation of a tiki, against which the man on the right is leaning, into the rock face of one of their positions. The carved graffiti ‘NZ Maoripah’ means ‘NZ Maori place’ ", period picture reproduced from “Gallipoli Illustrated”, (Blair Athol 1981), Kit Denton, p. 37

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