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  1. Video for Last B Company vet returns to Monte Cassino
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    Last B Company vet returns to Monte Cassino

    The last surviving veteran of The 28th Māori Battalion's B Company has returned to Monte Cassino, Italy to pay his respects to his fallen comrades.  

  2. Video for Pukeahu remembers Māori Battalion Cassino campaign
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    Pukeahu remembers Māori Battalion Cassino campaign

    It’s been 75 years since one of the 28th Māori Battalion's bloodiest campaigns, in Cassino, Italy.  Descendants in Wellington who could not make it to the Italy commemorations paid tribute at the Pukeahu War Memorial.

  3. Video for He Rau Mahara arrives to Firenze cemetery
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    He Rau Mahara arrives to Firenze cemetery

    The group He Rau Mahara has arrived at a cemetery in Firenze where they are paying their respects to the lives of the soldiers of the 28th Māori Batalion whom perished at the end of WWII. 

  4. Video for Pilgrimage to honour the 28 begins
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    Pilgrimage to honour the 28 begins

    Today a large contingent of over 100 Māori descendants whose forefathers fought in each of the four companies of the 28, departed our shores on a pilgrimage to honour the bravery and sacrifice of our men.

  5. Video for Remembering their tipuna koroua who went to war
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    Remembering their tipuna koroua who went to war

    Eighty volunteers from around the country are in camp in Tūranga this weekend as part of a 100-man guard of honour that will commemorate 100 years since the return of the NZ Māori Pioneer Battalion from WWI.

  6. Video for C Company's Epineha 'Pine' Ratapu reflects on his full life
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    C Company's Epineha 'Pine' Ratapu reflects on his full life

    Epineha Ratapu, better known to family and friends as 'Pine', is the last surviving member of C Company. He was born 25 January 1922 in Tokomaru Bay on the East Coast and was 14 years old when he went to war.   

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    Remembering our decorated heroes

    There may be some confusion over who was the first Māori Victoria Cross recipient. The actual honour goes to a pilot from WWI.

  8. Video for Stories of Māori Battalion must be retold - Ardern
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    Stories of Māori Battalion must be retold- Ardern

    Almost 3,600 men served in the 28th Māori Battalion and 649 were killed in action or died on active service.

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    C Company ready to march again this Anzac Day

    Epineha Ratapu is 97 years old and comes from Tokomaru Bay in the East Coast.  Every ANZAC day he is excited to once again march on parade with other soldiers as the sole survivor of the Māori Battalion's C Company.   

  10. Video for Exploring the significance of the 28th Māori Battalion
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    Exploring the significance of the 28th Māori Battalion

    A new book is set to be released which explores the significant campaigns that the 28th Māori Battalion were involved with in Greece, North Africa and Italy during WW2. 

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