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Thousands of men of the Second Division have listened with much enjoyment to the voice of Tony Rex, when in the Middle East and Italy. Tonv was an original member of the Kiwi Concert Party in 1941, .when he was a member of the 24th Battalion. 1-Ie was leading vocalist and chorus master in that talented band of entertainers that delighted the troops in Crete, Syria and Palestine and also paid a visit to battered Malta. He returned in 1943 and toured the Dominion with the Kiwi party for patriotic funds, going back to Italy and finally returning to New Zealand in April this year. Tony has now joined the administrative staff of Auckland R.S.A. where he is daily meeting many old cobbers of service days.

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NOTED KIWI SINGER, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 168, 18 July 1945

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NOTED KIWI SINGER Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 168, 18 July 1945

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