AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
20 FEBRUARY 1919
These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News magazines and have been extracted with permission.
Mentioned in Sir Douglas Haig’s despatches from February to the middle of September 1918
BINGAY, Lt Col H L, RE, formerly attached to the NZ Div.
BURNETT, Major General J T, CMB, DSO, Rifle Brigade, formerly Director of Military Operations in NZ
DEARDON, Capt J F, DSO, Royal Fusiliers, Canterbury
DUFF, Major H J, DSO, MC, Lovat’s Scouts, KIA
EASTWOOD, Major T R, MC, formerly attached to the NZ Div
FERGUSSON, Lt General Sir S
FREYBERG, Battn Lt Col. B C, VC, DSO, West Surrey Regt, Wellington
GLASGOW, Brig. General A E, DSO, Royal Sussex Regt, Nelson
GODLEY, Lt General Sir A J
LIVESAY, Brig. General R O’H, Royal West Surrey Regt
MADDOCKS, Brig. General W RN, Royal Artillery
O’RORKE, Lt M H, 12th Lancers
RUSSELL, Major General Sir A H, commanding NZ Div
TEMPERLEY, Lt Col A C, DSO, Norfolk Regt, formerly with the NZ Div
WARD, Brig General H D O, Royal Artillery
WILSON, Lt Col H M, DSO, Rifle Brig (GSO NZ Div)
Bar to Military Cross:
BARRAWCLOUGH (sic) Capt H E; BURGE, Lieut W R; EVANS, Capt J; JARDINE, Lt Col L H, DSO; MITCHELL, Major G R; NEIL, Lt Col J N, DSO.
ALLEN, Lt J; HORTSHORN (sic) Lieut G; PETTIT, Lt H; BYRNE, Lt A E; JOHNSON, Lt A W; POTT, Lt G F ; CADE, Capt J R; JONES, Lieut J A; PRATT, Lt D O; COOKE, Lt W B; LANG, Lt F W; PULHAM, Lt L R; DOAKE, Lt D; MARKS, Capt J D; ROBINSON, Lt C G; DOUGLASS, Lt R D; MAYOR, Lt J; THOMAS, Lt A W; ELLEN, Lieut H; McMINN, Lt W E; TREMEWAN, Lt W B; ELLIS, Lt J W; MILLER, Lt J A; VAUSE, Lt H; FORBES, Capt A M; MORRISON, Lt D G ; WATSON, Rev R S; HOLDEN, Lt A G; MOULDING, Lt A M; WOODWARD, Lt W J; HOLDERNESS, Capt S; OKEY, Lt R L; WYLLIE, Capt E M.
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