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OUR SOLDIERS

DEFENCE MINISTER S MESSAGE

TO TROOPS

WELLINGTON, November 15. The following • cablegram has been

sent by the Miniister of Defence to the New Zealand Headquarters in England Fjance and Egypt.— "ln their rejoicings at the signing of- the armistice, which biT<gs to an end the agrny of the last four years, the people of New Zealand give thanks to .Almighty God for the men. living and dead, of the deathless New Zealand Division. From the landing at Anzac on the 25tti April 11)15, to the surrender of Turkey find to the storming of Le Quesnoy on tho 4tli November 1918, j'ou have fought and conquered in battles whose name shall be familiar in our mouths as household words. You* have won for New Zealand a fame imperishable.. God bless you anld bring you safely home to us." ■ '

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OUR SOLDIERS, Grey River Argus, 16 November 1918

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OUR SOLDIERS Grey River Argus, 16 November 1918

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