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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

Maurice Robson

Serial No: 
39457
Surname: 
Robson
Forename(s): 
Maurice
Next of kin on enlistment: 
Mrs T. Robson (mother), Box 51, Kaitaia, New Zealand
Rank: 
Private
Address on enlistment: 
Pukepoto Rural Delivery, Kaitaia, New Zealand

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My Granduncle

Hello i remember uncle Maurice as a little girl. My mum is actually named after him and the story i heard was that uncle Maurice got killed in the war and so my mum got his name. However when everyone arrived home from the war. uncle Maurice was the one who arrived home. It had actually been the other brother Monte whom had been killed. Kia Ora uncle Maurice that you fought for your country.