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Na-poo, perhaps! : resume of the diggers' doings on H.M.N.Z.T. 97

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  • Catalogue title
    Na-poo, perhaps! : resume of the diggers' doings on H.M.N.Z.T. 97
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    D526.2 NAP  (Call Number)
  • Available in
    NZ Serial  (Location)
  • Series holdings
    Mar 1918
  • Physical description
    v. ; 22 cm
  • Production
    [Magazine Committee] (Publisher)
    At sea  (Place of occurrence)
  • Subject
  • Citation
    Na-poo, perhaps! : resume of the diggers' doings on H.M.N.Z.T. 97
  • Notes
    • New Zealand troopship magazine.
    • Digitised copy available to view online in pdf format
    • As transport no. 97 the "Tahiti" carried the 31st Reinforcements to the United Kingdom in November 1917. However, it seems that this magazine was published aboard the "Tahiti" as transport no. 149 (not as transport no. 97 as the subtitle claims) which carried a returning draft back to New Zealand in March 1918, departing the United Kingdom 1 February 1918. O.C. Troops was Major Wray and Ship's Master F.P. Evans.
    • Editor: Lieut. Walker.
    • [F:\Serials_electronic\Troopship\Na-poo OCR.pdf View a searchable pdf copy]
    • The Turnbull Library holds another transport journal by the name of "Napoo" which was published as a record of the home-coming of 700 demobilized diggers by the "S.S. Rimutaka", which left Plymouth, April 5th, 1919, and arrived at Wellington, May 27th 1919.

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