George Ranginohoora Bennett

Ingoa whānau
Bennett
Ingoa tuatahi
George Ranginohoora

Pakanga Tuarua

Tau Rangatū
6123
Tūnga
Second Lieutenant
Address on enlistment
32 Hawkestone Street, Wellington, New Zealand
Whanaunga tino tata i te wā o te kuhunga
Mr H.D. Bennet (father), 32 Hawkestone Street, Wellington, New Zealand

Takupu (3)

Missing In The Evening Post on Tuesday, 27 May 1941, George R. Bennett is listed as 'Missing' on the longest casualty list of the war so far. It contained the names of 412 members of the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force posted as 'Missing' and 23 as 'Wounded'. Click here to view full page.Prisoner of WarThe Geneva Red Cross confirmed in The Evening Post on Tuesday, 29 July 1941, that 2/Lt. George Ranginohoora Bennett was among the officers who were Prisoners of War and had previously been reported as 'Missing'.  Click here to view full page.Safe in BritainCpt. George R. Bennett is reported as 'Previously Prisoner of War - Now Safe in United Kingdom'. - The Evening Post, 17 May 1945 - Papers Past - National Library of New Zealand. Click here to view full page.