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LE QUESNOY'S GRATITUDE.

NEW ZEALAND WAR GRAVES

(Per Press Association, Copyright.) LONDON, May 25. Sir James Allen, New Zealand High Conimissioner. and Sir William Herries, Honorary Minister, spent a week visiting the New Zealand soldiers' cemeteries m France. TKe memorials

were satisfactory. v i They were received with extraordinary enthusiasm at Le Quesnoy, which the New Zealanders captured from the Germans on November 4, 1918. The townspeople declared the New Zealanders the saviours' of the town, and they desired to co-operate m the erection of a memorial upon the walls which the New Zealanders scaled.

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LE QUESNOY'S GRATITUDE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XLI, Issue 9522, 26 May 1921

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LE QUESNOY'S GRATITUDE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XLI, Issue 9522, 26 May 1921

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