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Report on Disaffection caused by conditions under which Warrant Officers, Sergeants, their wives and dependents are travelling on board the S.S. “Ruahine”

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  • Catalogue title
    Report on Disaffection caused by conditions under which Warrant Officers, Sergeants, their wives and dependents are travelling on board the S.S. “Ruahine”
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    D526.2 REP  (Call Number)
  • Available in
    Online Resource  (Location)
  • Physical description
    1 online resource (8 pages)
  • Production
    Hortors Limited (Publisher)
    Capetown  (Place of occurrence)
    [1920?]
  • Subject
  • Associated material
    Homeward bound : a souvenir of the H.M.N.Z.T. "Ruahine", Nov-Dec 1919
  • Citation
    Report on Disaffection caused by conditions under which Warrant Officers, Sergeants, their wives and dependents are travelling on board the S.S. “Ruahine”
  • Notes
    • New Zealand troopship magazine.
    • Digitised copy available to view online in pdf format
    • Joint digitisation project by Auckland War Memorial Museum and Dunedin Public Libraries of DPL's hardcopy version.
    • Handwritten at end of page 8: "From Mr. Massie. June 1920."
    • Report on troops on board H.M.N.Z.T. No. [110?], 'Ruahine.'
    • Report covering account of sergeants in Torquay from 31st October 1919, matters dealt with on board on 7th November 1919, and a statement of claim to the New Zealand government.

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