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New Zealanders in the battle for Crete, 1941

by Matthew Wright

New Zealanders soldiers arrived in Crete during May 1941, short of equipment after a hasty evacuation from Greece.
Three weeks later, the Germans attached, and for a while the fate of New Zealander's active armed forces lay in the balance on an island half a world away from home.

The battle for Crete was very much a "near-run Affair" and remains a crucial part of the annals of New Zealand's military history.

Soft cover book published 2000

130 pages of photo's and text.

Published by Reed Books

Good condition, ex library
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