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28 (Maori) Battalion

List of Illustrations

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List of Illustrations

Moving into the line at Faenza New Zealand Army (M. D. Elias)
Following page 150
Group of officers at Palmerston North Farewell Parade The Weekly News
His Majesty King George VI inspects 28 Battalion at Ewshott, 6 July 1940 London News Agency
The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill takes the salute from D Company
Parade at Maadi New Zealand Army
Detraining at Katerini C. R. Ambury
Part of Battalion Headquarters at Katerini J. Matehaere collection
Looking north-east to Katerini from 28 Battalion position in Olympus Pass New Zealand Army
Vineyard on the coastal area between Platanias and Maleme G. H. Weir collection
Return from Crete to Alexandria British official
Training with a 2-inch mortar New Zealand Army
Lieutenant A. Awatere, Intelligence Officer, Libya British official
Stuka attack on transport south-west of Gazala British official
Anti-tank guns captured at Gazala British official
Wiring defensive positions in Syria New Zealand Army (H. Paton)
Arrival on the escarpment at Minqar Qaim New Zealand Army (H. Paton)
RAP near El Mreir C. N. D'Arcy
Various shells collected in the El Mreir area C. N. D'Arcy
Prisoners captured after the attack at Munassib C. N. D'Arcypage xii
Following page 150
Portée blown up by a mine C. N. D'Arcy
Group before the Battle of Alamein New Zealand Army (M. D. Elias)
A Sherman tank at Alamein C. N. D'Arcy
The breakthrough at Alamein C. N. D'Arcy
Christmas Dinner, 1942, at Nofilia C. N. D'Arcy
Bren carriers outside the Benito Gate at Tripoli New Zealand Army (H. Paton)
Entering Tripoli New Zealand Army (H. Paton)
Second-Lieutenant Te M. N. Ngarimu, VC
Point 209 C. M. Bennett collection
Attending to the wounded at Takrouna C. N. D'Arcy
Takrouna from the south
The ledge and pinnacle of Takrouna J. L. Kingan
How the wounded were brought down from Takrouna C. N. D'Arcy
Following page 314
Returning through the Marble Arch C. N. D'Arcy
Marching in Cairo on the United Nations' Day Parade, 1943 New Zealand Army (M. D. Elias)
Awaiting embarkation at Alexandria for Italy New Zealand Army (M. D. Elias)
Arrival at Taranto C. N. D'Arcy
28 Battalion moving across the Sangro C. N. D'Arcy
Mutton for dinner New Zealand Army (G. F. Kaye)
The approach to Orsogna New Zealand Army (G. F. Kaye)
Major J. C. Reedy, Captain R. Tutaki, Lieutenant-Colonel R. R. T. Young, Second-Lieutenant M. Raureti, Captain G. Marsden, February 1944 New Zealand Army (G. F. Kaye)page xiii
Following page 314
The bombing of the Monastery at Cassino, 15 February 1944 US Army official
The attack on the Railway Station, Cassino, from outside the RAP C. N. D'Arcy
The narrow road between the RAP and the Railway Station C. N. D'Arcy
Ready to advance into Cassino C. N. D'Arcy
Route 6, about a mile from Cassino C. N. D'Arcy
From the RAP in the entrance to the crypt at Cassino C. N. D'Arcy
Preparing for a hangi at Isernia C. N. D'Arcy
The hilltop village of Bocca, taken by elements of 28 Battalion New Zealand Army (G. F. Kaye)
Battalion Headquarters before the entrance into Florence R. Maiha
The final objective on the way to Florence R. Maiha
Covering fire, Fiumicino River British official
Bren carriers beyond Rimini New Zealand Army (G. F. Kaye)
Ready to move in the Faenza sector New Zealand Army (G. F. Kaye)
Moving into the line on the Senio New Zealand Army (G. F. Kaye)
Fusing hand grenades, Faenza New Zealand Army (G. F. Kaye)
Checking weapons New Zealand Army (G. F. Kaye)
The start line for the Senio assault New Zealand Army (G. F. Kaye)
The Senio stopbank New Zealand Army (G. F. Kaye)
Signaller and stretcher-bearer at the Senio New Zealand Army (G. F. Kaye)
Route march, Trieste, July 1945 New Zealand Army (J. Short)
The Battalion's Commanders
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