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THE NEW ZEALANDERS.

(IN THE WWArY r TO COLOGNE

A ROYAL VISIT.

(Special.)

(From the Official War Correspondent.)

The other day the New Zealand Divjsion, plus the Second New Zealand Army Field Artillery Brigade, commenced its march toward, the German frontier, moving by l'dad. It will proceed by easy stages with occasional halts of a few days. The division has just been honored by a visit from the King, who was shown over Le Quesnoy by General Sir A. H. Russell, and was greatly interested m studying on the actual ground the plan by which the old frontier fortress town was recaptured m the last days of war. At present I am -lying -ill m a cas-i ualty clearhig station and am unableto accompany the division, but I -have, arranged for the cabling of anything important throngh the official sources.

It is '• understood that the division ' will eventually find itself m the vicinity of Cologne.

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THE NEW ZEALANDERS., Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLV, Issue 14786, 13 December 1918

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THE NEW ZEALANDERS. Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLV, Issue 14786, 13 December 1918

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