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Joined: March 26, 2009, 1:14 pm
Last Active: June 30, 2015, 4:56 pm

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The site is administrated by staff at the Ministry for Culture and Heritage.


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Kia ora,Are you referring toPartial photo of A Coy24 weeks 20 hours ago
Thanks for that I've put inBen Jones24 weeks 20 hours ago
Kia ora Joanna,ForWati Ihaka29 weeks 17 hours ago
What a great story! I hopeRobert Bartlett49 weeks 17 hours ago
Thank you for theMaori Battalion soldiers prepare for war109 weeks 17 hours ago
Kia ora Leeroy,Thanks forJohn Poharama214 weeks 22 hours ago
InformationMurray Taura218 weeks 4 days ago
InformationRangi Walters221 weeks 16 hours ago
Kia ora Cheyne, Thanks forWiremu Ruru229 weeks 1 day ago
Kia ora,Thank you for yourPaki Tahitahi230 weeks 1 day ago


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Hi would you happen to have anymore info on my Granddad please..Lance Corporal, Graeme Smythe? And please if you can change his name to the correct spelling..I will be truly grateful.GoodBless
William
Re: Bill Wereta B Company Is there any genetic connections between Bill Wereta and William Wereta from C Company? I would be forever greatful for any information on these two hero's who were among the mass hero's that never physically made it home however, their wairua will always be with us.
PuhiC
Tēnā rawa atu koe e hoa for posting photo Pani Pene. He was my father's elder brother who along with another brother James were killed in Italy, the homeland of their grandfather Nicola Sciascia, sad but fitting. Ahakoa he iti, he pounamu
Albert Hori Stevens
thanks very much for the image of darkie leachs grave he was my koros younger brother albert stevens
kazmhunter
Thank you for your amazing and awesome website. Today I was able to see a photo of My Grandfather Whiu Te Purei, for the very first time, in my 42 years. I still had goosebumps 2 hours later.