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File:E 003261 E Maoris in North Africa July 1941.jpg


English: Maori Battalion survivors of action in Greece, performing a haka in Helwan, Egypt for the King of Greece. From left to right, the four men in the foreground are John Manuel, Maaka White, Te Kooti Reihana, and Rangi Henderson.
A cropped version of this photo featured on an ANZAC commemorative stamp issued in 2008.
Date Around 24 June 1941
Source Imperial War Museum # E 003261, National Library of NZ id: DA-01229-F
Author Unidentified New Zealand official photographer

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