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70 years ago this month

To ready for the approaching Winter Campaign the Battalion completed a 100-mile march from Maadi to Alexandria in six days. They also suffered casualties during night manoeuvres.  Read the war diary for August 1943 here

Monte Robson

Serial No: 
39454
Surname: 
Robson
Forename(s): 
Monte
Next of kin on enlistment: 
Mrs T. Robson (mother), Box 51, Kaitaia, New Zealand
Rank: 
Lance Corporal
Address on enlistment: 
Box 51, Kaitaia, New Zealand
Date of death: 
26-Aug-41
Place of death: 
Greece

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this is my grand uncle we

this is my grand uncle we will always remeber u!!! arohanui

My Grand Uncle Monte Robson

I have just recently seen other photos of my granduncle and was very moved by them. I have only known the photo of him that hung in my grandmothers house and thought he was a very handsome man. In my nannys family he was spoken about often so i Know he has never been forgotten. Every time i looked at his photo in nannys home i would often wonder what he would have been like and sometimes even felt sad that i never got to know him. I feel very proud that he went to fight for his family and country. His life was not in vain and i feel that because of him and the many others i have been a successful and blessed person. I am proud to be his grandneice and contribute comments about how his life has affected mine. Your Sad yet Proud Grandneice Moanaroa

Yes Ria..We will aye my cuz

Yes Ria..We will aye my cuz