Capt. Charles Upham VC. This New Zealand Soldier earned two Victoria Crosses in World War II.

Captain Charles Upham VC & Bar

Capt. Charles Upham VC. This New Zealand Soldier earned two Victoria Crosses in World War II.

A group of British soldiers in a trench with fixed bayonets, Crete, Greece, late May 1941.

[Photo] A group of British soldiers in a trench with fixed bayonets, Crete, Greece, late May 1941

A group of British soldiers in a trench with fixed bayonets, Crete, Greece, late May 1941.

New Zealand and Australian soldiers at Crete, 1942

New Zealand and Australian soldiers at Crete, 1942

The 28th Maori Battalion

The 28th Maori Battalion

28 Maori Battalion.  By J. F. Cody  This book is part of the series 'Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War 1939-1945' and as such, is a formally written account. It covers departure from New Zealand to 'The Battle of Britain', then to the Middle East, Greece and Crete on to Libya, Egypt and the Western Desert Campaign under Generals Alexander and Montgomery. It includes maps and diagrams of battles.

28 Maori Battalion. By J. F. Cody This book is part of the series 'Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War 1939-1945' and as such, is a formally written account. It covers departure from New Zealand to 'The Battle of Britain', then to the Middle East, Greece and Crete on to Libya, Egypt and the Western Desert Campaign under Generals Alexander and Montgomery. It includes maps and diagrams of battles.

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