Hoisting the Union Jack, Courthouse, Apia, 29 August 1914
Reference Number: PA1-q-107-32-1
New Zealand forces hoisting the Union Jack, Courthouse, Apia, photographed on 29 August 1914 by Alfred James Tattersall
Hackworth, Philip Vernon, d 1960 :Photograph album, Reference Number PA1-q-107 (10 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Silver gelatin print. Single photograph
Historical Notes: When Britain and her allies declared war on Germany in 1914, New Zealand troops landed at Matautu, Apia, on August 29, and peacefully assumed control of German (Western) Samoa. This was the beginning of New Zealand's 48-year administration of Western Samoa.
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