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The Pakeha (Mark III) : being the journal of the Left Wing of the 24th New Zealand Reinforcements

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  • Catalogue title
    The Pakeha (Mark III) : being the journal of the Left Wing of the 24th New Zealand Reinforcements
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    D526.2 PAK  (Call Number)
  • Available in
    NZ Serials  (Location)
  • Series holdings
    June 1917
  • Physical description
    32 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
  • Production
  • Subject
    • New Zealand. Army. Expeditionary Force--Military life--Periodicals  (General Subject)
    • World War, 1914-1918--Poetry--Periodicals  (General Subject)
    • Pakeha (Ship)--Periodicals  (General Subject)
    • World War, 1914-1918--Humour, caricatures, etc.--Periodicals  (General Subject)
    • New Zealand. Army. Native Contingent  (General Subject)
    • New Zealand. Army. Pioneer Battalion  (General Subject)
    • World War, 1914-1918--Anecdotes--Periodicals  (General Subject)
  • Citation
    The Pakeha (Mark III) : being the journal of the Left Wing of the 24th New Zealand Reinforcements
  • Notes
    • New Zealand troopship magazine.
    • Digitised copy available to view online in pdf format
    • Includes nominal roll of troops, photographs and caricatures of some officers and crew.
    • As transport no. 82 the "Pakeha" together with the "Devon" no. 81 carried the 24th Reinforcements, departing New Zealand 14 April 1917 and arriving Plymouth 28 July 1917. O.C. Troops was Major J. Murphy and Ship's Master Commander R.S. Lewis.
    • Magazine of troops on board H.M.N.Z.T No. 82, 'Pakeha'.
    • Edited by 2nd Lt. W.R. Burge, F. Coy.
    • H.M.T. "Pakeha" was completed at Belfast, August, 1910, by Messrs. Harland & Wolff, for Shaw, Saville, & Albion Co., Ltd, 10,00 tons. length 477 feet, breadth 63 feet.

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