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battalion song 14
28 maori battalion 19
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Organic Listing Variations
28th (Maori) Battalion
Tama Ngakau Marie. (Son of a peaceful heart) ... Tama Ngakau Marie. Tama A Te Atau. Tenei tonu matoe. Arohaina mai. Murua ra nga hara. Wetekina mai ...
28th (Maori) Battalion
Maori Battalion Marching Song Full version. In the days that have now gone. when the Maoris went to war. They fought and fought until the last man died ...
28th Maori Battalion: "ake ake kia kaha e
Oct 11, 2008 ... If you have any biographical information on any member of the Battalion that you are willing to pass on then please contact the Webmaster.
28 (Maori) Battalion
This list does include the Battalion Commanders, and also contains the names of all of ... within the 28 (Maori) Battalion during the time of its existance. ...
28 (Maori) Battalion
DAVIS Arapeta 801917. DAVIS Arthur 802728. DAVIS Arthur Robert 813574 ..... KAIWAI Henry Maru 67427. KAIWAI Hira 802002. KAIWAI Rewiti Moana 62587 ...
28 (Maori) Battalion
Moore S (Private) 20 April 1943. Moore W (Private) 2 November 1942. Mulligan AP (Corporal) 2 November 1942 .... Tane N (Lance Corporal) 14 December 1941 .... Emia JM (Private) 10 January 1945. Ferris P (Private) 19 September 1943 ...
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