New Zealand World War Two soldiers of Maori Battalion, and barrels of mutton birds, Italy - Photograph taken by George Kaye
- 23 Dec 1944
- Kaye, George Frederick, 1914-2004
Three New Zealand Maori Battalion soldiers looking over the tops of barrels of mutton birds for Christmas dinner, Senio River Italy, World War 2. Wiremu Potatutatu Ruru is in the middle. Robert John Dixon is on the left behind the NZ barrel. Photograph taken circa 23 December 1944 by George Kaye.
Isabel Dixon identified her father John Robert Dixon and Wiremu Potatutau Ruru (21 June 2007).
Arrangement: This print held at PAColl-5547-037.
Quantity: 1 b&w original photographic print(s).
Physical Description: Silver gelatin print 16.9 x 10.9 cm
Processing information: No negative. This record describes the file print formerly filed in Turnbull Library Pictures. A smaller print is Defence Archive sequence in Photographic Archive.
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- Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
- Part of
- New Zealand. Department of Internal Affairs. War History Branch :Photographs relating to World War 1914-1918, World War 1939-1945, occupation of Japan, Korean War, and Malayan Emergency / World War 1939-1945 official negatives - DA Series
- 1 b&w original photographic print(s), Photographs, Silver gelatin print 16.9 x 10.9 cm, Orientation: Vertical image
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