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70 years ago this month

Reconnaissance and patrols are undertaken to ready for the Battalion's attack on the Cassino railway station. The attack saw the unit suffer over 100 casualties in less than 24 hours, the heaviest of any of the New Zealand units. Read the war diary for February 1944 here

Joseph Tai Angell

Serial No: 
39288
Surname: 
Angell
Forename(s): 
Joseph Tai
Next of kin on enlistment: 
Mrs M.A. Angell (mother), Portland, Whangarei, New Zealand
Rank: 
Lance Corporal
Address on enlistment: 
C/o Kaipara Steam Ship Company, Helensville, New Zealand

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Missing: Evening Post 9 July 1941

On Wednesday, 9 July 1941, Joseph Tai Angell, T/Cpl was listed as missing in The Evening Post.

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Previously Reported Missing: Evening Post 28 Aug 1942

In The Evening Post on Friday 28 August 1942, Joseph T. Angell, T/Cpl is listed as a 'Prisoner of War - Previously reported Missing'.

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