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William Louis Brown

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Tuakiri

  • Taitara
  • Ngā ingoa tuatahi
    William Louis AWMM
  • Ingoa whānau
    Brown AWMM
  • Ingoa
  • Ingoa kārangaranga
    Bill Brown AWMM
  • Nama hōia
    • 052093 AWMM
    • 342358 AWMM
    • 30475 AWMM
  • Ira tangata
    Male AWMM
  • Iwi
  • Hapū
  • Waka
  • Rohe
  • Pono

Tauoranga kirirarau

Te whānautanga

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  • Whānautanga mai
    17 Mahuru 1920 AWMM AWMM
    Glasgow, Scotland AWMM
  • Rā i whānau mai ai
  • Wāhi Whānau
  • Tuhinga mō te whānautanga
  • Wāhi noho i mua i te whakaurunga
    • Pre 1 Hakihea 1940 AWMM C/o Cochrane, Whau Valley, Whangarei, North Auckland, New Zealand AWMM
    • Pre 16 Kohitātea 1950 AWMM Unknown AWMM
  • Mahi whai muri i te pakanga
  • Uri kiritahi i te wā o te ekenga waka
    • Miss I.V. Brown (sister), C/o Mrs Walland, Manaia Flats, Whangarei, North Auckland, New Zealand AWMM
    • Unknown AWMM
  • Mēnā he hoa rangatira tōna

Ope taua

Ngā pakanga me ngā whawhai

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  • Pakanga
  • Kauhanga riri
    • Italy AWMM
    • 1948-1960 AWMM
      The Malayan Emergency AWMM
      The Malayan Emergency (1948-1960) After the defeat of the Japanese in WWII, a new problem emerged for Malaya. In 1948 Chinese guerrilla fighters (who had been armed and air supplied by the British during the war) emerged from the jungle and under Chin Peng, began their terror campaign to take over the country by force. Thus an intense jungle war began, fought by the British, British Commonwealth and Malay forces against the Malayan Communist Party. The Australian Government of the day, along with many others in the Western bloc, was apprehensive about the spread of international communism. Initially there was not much coordination between security forces until Lt.-Gen.Sir Harold Briggs was appointed as Director of Operations in 1949. His war executive committees (including Sir Henry Gurney) coordinated emergency operations, and created 500 new villages for Malayan citizens who lived in remote areas beyond government protection. These citizens had lived in constant fear that the Communists would appear and force them to supply food and money. Travelling was dangerous as a Communist ambush could lurk behind any roadside bush. So, by depriving the insurgents of their crucial sources of supplies and information, the Communists began to attack the new settlements. But the security forces were now fighting on their own ground, and proved to be too strong for the Communists. These forces were able to concentrate on jungle operations, thereby destroying the Communists and their camps. This was the longest continuous military commitment in Australia's history. It was to be the only war the West had won against Communism. The Emergency lasted for twelve years, ending in 1960. Australia suffered 15 killed and 27 wounded in action. From http://www.raafschoolpenang.com/malaysia.htm AWMM
  • Te Ope o Tū / te peka
    Army AWMM
  • Nama hōia
    • 052093 AWMM
    • 342358 AWMM
    • 30475 AWMM
  • Urunga ki te ope taua
  • Whakapikinga / Tukunga / Whakawhitinga
    Major (Battalion 2IC) 2 Bn NZ Regiment 1959/61, Perak, Malaya Public - Roscoe - Researcher - 20 February 2020 - 1 Bn RNZIR Dieppe Barracks Association history annuals

Te Whakangungu me te Urunga atu

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Mauhere o te pakanga

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  • Kia mau ki ngā taipitopito
  • Ngā rā i mauherehia ai
  • Rā i puta ai
  • Te rā i whakahokia atu ngā hōia i mauherehia ai
  • Ngā kōrero mō te puta i te mauhere pakanga
  • Nama motuhake mō te mauhere pakanga

Whakapapa hauora

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  • Tuhinga hauora
    • Other, Unknown Period AWMM
      Damaged right arm AWMM
    • Hospital Diseases , Wounds, WWI AWMM
      Dysentry, Admitted to 64 General Hospital Egypt AWMM
    • Hospital Diseases , Wounds, WWII AWMM
      Leptospirosis and scrub typhus, Admitted to the British Military Hospital, Taiping, Malaya AWMM

Te tūnga whakamutunga e mōhiotia ana

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Kōrero taurongo

Kōrero taurongo

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  • Held the rank of Captain in 1946 when he was discharged from the Army. He then re-enlisted in the NZ Regular Army on 16 January 1950 and was discharged on 8 May 1968 having achieved the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.

    Cenotaph record initially prepared with the serviceman in 1999 AWMM

Matenga

  • Matenga
    11 Mahuru 2014 New Zealand Herald
    Age 93 AWMM
    New Zealand Herald
  • Rā i mate ai
  • Pakeke i te matenga
  • Wāhi Mate
  • Te momo matenga
  • Tuhipoka mō te matenga
  • Urupā
  • Ingoa o te urupā
  • Tohutoro kōhatu urupā
  • Pānui Matenga
  • Ingoa maumaharatanga
  • Tohutoro maumaharatanga

Ngā maumaharatanga

Maumaharatanga

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  • Ingoa maumaharatanga

Rārangi Ingoa Whai Hōnore

Maumahara William Louis Brown mā te whakatakoto i te papi

Waiho atu he tuhinga

Waiho atu he poroporoaki, he maumaharatanga ki a William Louis Brown

Waiho atu he tuhinga

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Ngā mātāwai

Ngā mātāwai

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  • Hononga ki waho
  • Ngā tuhinga
    • Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force. (1945). Nominal Roll Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force No. 12 (Embarkations from 1st July, 1943 to 31st December, 1943). Wellington, N.Z.: Govt. Printer. AWMM
      WW2 12: WW2 25 AWMM
    • The New Zealand Herald AWMM
      13/09/2014 AWMM

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