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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

Peter Hodge

Serial No: 
39055
Surname: 
Hodge
Forename(s): 
Peter Mason
Next of kin on enlistment: 
Mrs C.W. Hodge (mother), Koutu, Rotorua, New Zealand
Rank: 
Private
Address on enlistment: 
Koutu, Rotorua, New Zealand

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An anxious few days

In The Evening Post, N.Z.E.F. Roll of Honour on 9 June 1941, Private Peter Hodge was reported as wounded.

Two days later on the 12 June 1941, he is listed as Killed in Action.

Again, in The Evening Post on 14 June 1941, Private Peter Hodge who was previously notified as Killed In Action was later found to be safe and had been admitted to hospital with a gunshot wound.