DEATHLESS J^EIW ZEALAND tomsioN.
(Per Prlss Assbciatiou.Y WIELLINGTON, last sight. 1 ho following cablegram has been sent by Sir James Allen (Minister for Defence) to New Zealand headquarters m England, Framfce, and Egypt: :< In their rejoicing; at the signing of the armistice terms, which btrings to an ertd the 'agony ! of the last four years, the of New Zealand give thanks to the Almiglity 'God for the men, both living and dead, -of 'the deathless New Zealand division. From the landing at Anzac on 25tih April, 1915 to the surrender of Tv 1-key and to the storming of Le Quesnoy oil 4th November, 1918, you have' fought and conquered. In battles whose names shaill be familiair m our mouths as household words you have won for New Zealand a fame imperishable. God bless you and bring j'bii safely home to us." •
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DEATHLESS J^EIW ZEALAND tomsioN., Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLV, Issue 14762, 15 November 1918
DEATHLESS J^EIW ZEALAND tomsioN. Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLV, Issue 14762, 15 November 1918
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