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Memorial alcove within the Maori Battalion Hall on the corner of Cuba and Pitt Streets. Inscribed on brass plates are the names of soliders from the 28th Maori Battalion who died while serving overseas, with photographs of members surrounding the panels. Four carved wooden statues, each uniquely identifying A, B, C & D companies of the Battalion, lie in the foreground on either side of the alcove.

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2018BD_IMCA-DigitalMaster_024686_002
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Memorial, Maori Battalion Hall
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Corner Pitt and Cuba Streets, Palmerston North
Date
May 9, 2018

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Evan Greensides

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