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Rangitatler : being an unusually veracious record of the doings & misdoings of those of First Echelon who on the Troopship Rangitata left Wellington on the 6th Jan. & on the 13th Feb. reached their destination

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  • Catalogue title
    Rangitatler : being an unusually veracious record of the doings & misdoings of those of First Echelon who on the Troopship Rangitata left Wellington on the 6th Jan. & on the 13th Feb. reached their destination
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    D745.2  (Call Number)
  • Available in
    NZ Serial  (Location)
  • Series holdings
    Souvenir issue 1940
  • Physical description
    v. : ill. ; 22 cm.
  • Production
    Printed by Whitehead Morris Limited (Publisher)
    Egypt  (Place of occurrence)
    1940
  • Subject
  • Citation
    Rangitatler : being an unusually veracious record of the doings & misdoings of those of First Echelon who on the Troopship Rangitata left Wellington on the 6th Jan. & on the 13th Feb. reached their destination
  • Notes
    • New Zealand troopship magazine.
    • The First Echelon of 2 NZEF (354 officers and 6175 other ranks) embarked for the Middle East in "Empress of Canada", "Strathaird", "Orion", and "Rangitata" at Wellington and in "Dunera" and "Sobieski" at Lyttelton. The convoy reached Port Tewfik (Suez) on 12 February 1940.
    • The Rangitatler was published by the 1st echelon on the Rangitata. The O.C. was Lieutenant Colonel C. J. Pierce.
    • Includes nominal roll.

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