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THE EXPEDITIONARY FORCE

MUST BE KETT UP TO FULL STRENGTH. The Prime Minister arrived at Christchurch yesterday. Referring to a suggestion that another force, should be pent from New Zealand to the front. Mr Mflrsey said that it must not ho forgotten that there was first of all a £uty to keep up the present foreo to its full strength. It was very important that the additional soldiers sent should he thoroughly trnined. and he felt sure that the men wtio were goiiig forward in due- course would add to the efficiency of tho present force. At present he could not definitely state that n fresh force, outeide. of reinforcements, would bo Bent; hut. if there was an urgent call, he was satisfied that New Zealanders would do their full duty.

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THE EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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THE EXPEDITIONARY FORCE Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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