- Hubbard, James, 1949-; Dominion (Newspaper)
A knight in armour, flying a flag on his helmet - 'knghthoods' - has a sword labelled 'govt' thrust right through him.
The New Zealand Government replaced the system of honours with a system no longer based on the British honours system, abolishing knighthoods among other honours
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Physical Description: Newspaper clipping 130 x 170 mm.
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