NEW ZEALAND SOLDIERS IN ENGLAND
troopers l j smith and j war. : ' wick; Trooper L J Smith, who left with the Main Reinforcement", and has been' in England since the end of August, writing from London, says that Trooper John War wick, who is well known in Little River, has been discharged from convalescence and bas been put on Home service, as his arm is quitegstiff yet. He either has to act as a military policeman at Epsom camp or take a job at one of the bases. Trooper Smith had returned himself from a trip to Sootland, and was probably going back with Trooper Warwick. He and his friend were going to Birmingham to spend Xmas with friends, nd in the letter he speaks of the great' kindness shown to the New Zealand soldiers by the English people. '-In fact," he writes, "they look upon all ns colonials as heroes, and give us the best time they can." Trooper J Worwiok lsft with the Third Reinforcements and on arrival at Gallipoli was drafted into tbe C.V.C. He was wounded in the arm in August. He spent several years at Little River?
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NEW ZEALAND SOLDIERS IN ENGLAND, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3519, 4 February 1916
NEW ZEALAND SOLDIERS IN ENGLAND Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3519, 4 February 1916
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