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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

Morgan Andrew Wells

Serial No: 
6108
Surname: 
Wells
Forename(s): 
Morgan Andrew
Next of kin on enlistment: 
Mrs N. Wells (mother), Box 85, Whangarei, New Zealand
Rank: 
Sergeant
Address on enlistment: 
Rural Delivery, Whakatane, New Zealand

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Andrea Hanson . I was born in 1944 and named after Morgan 's second name of Andrew . He had not long returned from overseas and lived with us on Dad's farm at Paroa by Whakatane . My memory was that he had a job at the Whakatane Board mills as a Mechanic /Fitter and stayed in Whakatane . He married Olive when he was in his 50/60's . He died in Whakatane hospital in the 1980's His grave site is in the RSA area of the Hillcrest Cemetary of Whakatane . One disappointing event is that his medals were set in his grave stone and have since been levered out and stolen .