A study of the role of the RNZCT and its predecssors, the NZASC and the RNZASC. It examines the roles of those organisations within the army - transport, supply and catering - and tells the stories of the many thousands of New Zealanders who worked in them. Illustrated with black and white photographs. The author has written many books, including a biography of Ronald Hugh Morrieson.The total strength for the RNZASC on 9 January was: two officers, 95 men, 30 three- ton 4WD Chevrolets; two 8 cwt 4WD ... in the way of the Kiwi troops in the Pacific War the New Zealanders soon tired of American food a particularly chicken.
|Title||:||Salute to Service|
|Publisher||:||Victoria University Press - 1997-01-01|