Evans, Malcolm 1945-:They're saying that us old soldiers are out of touch with world affairs and modern defensive strategies! They won't say that when the Kaiser attacks! New Zealand Herald, 4 April 2001.
Reference Number: DX-002-017
Two old men drinking whiskey and reading newspapers in a club comment on the New Zealand government's dismissal of their opinions on defence policies and opine that the government will regret it when the German Kaiser attacks - referring to the start of World War One. Retired armed services and defence personnel had been querying the government's defence priorities.
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Evans, Malcolm 1945-:They're saying that us old soldiers are out of touch with world affairs and modern defensive strategies! They won't say that when the Kaiser attacks! New Zealand Herald, 4 April 2001., Reference Number DX-002-017 (1 digitised items)
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