Teri Brown

Ingoa whānau
Ingoa tuatahi
E mōhiotia ana ki te ingoa
Teriaki Brown

World War 2

Tau Rangatū
Wāhi noho
Motu, Gisborne, New Zealand
Whanaunga tino tata i te wā o te kuhunga
Mrs K. Ruha (aunt), Waikawa Station, Te Kaha, New Zealand

Takupu (2)

The following articles were found in The Evening Post: 30 May 1941 A special list was issued giving the names of 39 members of the Second N.Z.E.F. who had previously been reported as 'Missing' and 'Now Reported Not Missing'.  Brown, Teri, Pte. Mrs. K. Ruha, Waikawa Station, Te Kaha (aunt).  Click here to view full page. 30 June 1941Geneva confirmed Teri Brown as officially reported 'Prisoner of War' in Greece, previously reported 'Missing.  Click here to view full page.18 December 1941 PRISONER OF WAR  MAORI APPEALS FOR EATS A Maori soldier who also fought in the last war, Private Te Raiki [sic] Brown, who was captured at Kalamata during the Greek campaign, has written from Stalag XVIIIA that, while he is quite well, he is losing weight. He enters an emphatic plea to his relatives for food parcels. That his loss of weight is not surprising is shown by the menu he sets forth. He says he gets a drink of coffee and a slice of bread for breakfast and stewed potatoes for lunch and tea. Please send me something in the line of tucker, he says. He also asks for cigarettes, tobacco, jam or sugar or cocoa, socks, pullovers, soap, and face towels. I am in poverty now, he says. I lost everything before we were captured. We get four marks a week, five cigarettes a day provided, he adds significantly, we all, work. He also says that perhaps 100 or more Maoris were captured at Kalamata on April 29. but they had all been separated to different camps. 'Prisoner of War - Maori Appeals for Eats'. The Evening Post,  18 December 1941.  URL: http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz