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Alexander Henderson

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1947. The New Zealand teaching staff at the Polish Children's Camp who gave the children their first formal introduction to the English language, not to mention the fair game of rugby. (l-r) Andy Nola, Alexander Henderson, Mary Sergent, Frank Muller, Joan Hay, Mary Eising, Hugh McKinnon A proud Alexander Henderson was honoured on 20 July 1995 by Polish President Lech Wałęsa with the Officers' Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland. This is the highest Polish award that can be bestowed on a citizen of another country. He was also admired for making the effort to learn the language of his pupils at the camp Taking the "salute" on the rostrum. (l-r) Alexander Henderson and Frank Muller


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