Headquarters of 16 NZ Field Regiment in Korea, with kiwi symbol
Looking down upon the headquarters of 16 NZ Field Regiment in Korea, between 1950 and 1953. Shows a large kiwi symbol laid out on the ground upon an area that became known as Kiwi Hill. Beyond the church is a cinema and the regimental quartermaster's store. (Information from `New Zealanders at War' by Michael King, 1981, page 282)
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