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Jean Batten, all around badass, pilot of first solo flight from England to NZ #FilmHerStory http://t.co/l3oNH1fTIQ

Jean Batten, all around badass, pilot of first solo flight from England to NZ #FilmHerStory http://t.co/l3oNH1fTIQ

White inventor series: New zealand born Earnest Rutherford, 1871 - 1937, considered the Father of Nuclear Physics

White inventor series: New zealand born Earnest Rutherford, 1871 - 1937, considered the Father of Nuclear Physics

White inventor series: New zealand born Earnest Rutherford, 1871 - 1937, considered the Father of Nuclear Physics

White inventor series: New zealand born Earnest Rutherford, 1871 - 1937, considered the Father of Nuclear Physics

Williamina "Minnie" Dean (2 September 1844 – 12 August 1895), the 'Winton baby-farmer, was a New Zealander who was found guilty of infanticide and hanged in 1895, becoming the first (and only) woman to be hanged for murder in New Zealand.

Williamina "Minnie" Dean (2 September 1844 – 12 August 1895), the 'Winton baby-farmer, was a New Zealander who was found guilty of infanticide and hanged in 1895, becoming the first (and only) woman to be hanged for murder in New Zealand.

Dit hoort bij het begrip dramatisch omdat het een erge gebeurtenis is met ernstige gevolgen.

Dit hoort bij het begrip dramatisch omdat het een erge gebeurtenis is met ernstige gevolgen.

Bernice "Bee" Falk (born December 15, 1920) was accepted in the 44-7 WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots) training class in 1944, and was an engineering test pilot and utility pilot. She married Joe Haydu. She is the author of Letters Home 1944-1945, the story about WASP's.

Bernice "Bee" Falk (born December 15, 1920) was accepted in the 44-7 WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots) training class in 1944, and was an engineering test pilot and utility pilot. She married Joe Haydu. She is the author of Letters Home 1944-1945, the story about WASP's.

During the Second World War New Zealand invited 800 Poles – 734 of them orphaned children – to take refuge in New Zealand for the duration of the war. They had made a harrowing journey from Poland through Russia and Iran, to reach New Zealand on 31 October 1944. The photo shows some of them on board the General G. Randall on the day they arrived.

During the Second World War New Zealand invited 800 Poles – 734 of them orphaned children – to take refuge in New Zealand for the duration of the war. They had made a harrowing journey from Poland through Russia and Iran, to reach New Zealand on 31 October 1944. The photo shows some of them on board the General G. Randall on the day they arrived.

This will make you fuckin' piss your pants.  New Zealand All Blacks' Kapa O Pango is their scariest pre-match Haka in my opinion, even more so than the Ka Mate.

This will make you fuckin' piss your pants. New Zealand All Blacks' Kapa O Pango is their scariest pre-match Haka in my opinion, even more so than the Ka Mate.

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