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Elliot Quarters, at Linton Army Camp, were officially opened on 14 April, 1980. The Quarters are named after the Reverend Keith Elliot VC, who won his Victoria Cross for acts of courage in the Western Desert in 1942.

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2009P_A63 _WAR_2330
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Elliot Quarters, Linton Army Camp
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Public Photograph Collection A 63
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Coolstore

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Linton Camp, Palmerston North
Date
April 14, 1980

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