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Convoice

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  • Description
    Souvenir magazine of H.M.T. 24 ("Nieuw Amsterdam"). O.C. Troops and transport Col. J.H. Whyte. Ship's Master Captain J.J. Bijl. The ship had the 4th reinforcements on board and left NZ on 1 February 1941.
  • Place
  • Other Number
    D745.2
  • Collection area
  • Record richness

Catalogue

  • Catalogue title
    • Convoice / G.E. Beamish, editor
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    D745.2  (Call Number)
  • Available in
    NZ Serial  (Location)
  • Description
    Souvenir magazine of H.M.T. 24 ("Nieuw Amsterdam"). O.C. Troops and transport Col. J.H. Whyte. Ship's Master Captain J.J. Bijl. The ship had the 4th reinforcements on board and left NZ on 1 February 1941.
  • Series holdings
    [1941 souvenir issue]
  • Physical description
    1 volume : illustrations, portraits ; 29 cm
  • Production
    Printed and published on board H.M.T. 24  (Place of occurrence)
    1941
  • Subject
  • Citation
    Convoice
  • Notes
    • New Zealand troopship magazine.
    • "Convoice Committee : Lieut. G. E. Beamish (Editor) ; 2/Lt. P. F. Sharpley ; Sergt. B. L. Hewitt (Chairman) ; Cpl. J. S. Hepburn ; Cpl. N. Lodge ; Cpl. R. E. Cross ; Pte. R. G. Witt ; Pte. L. R. Johns.
    • Magazine includes named photograph of ship's army officers.
    • Cover illustrations by Neville Lodge, 1941.

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