Reina Cottier - Prints, Posters, Canvas Prints, Framed Prints, Metal Prints, Acrylic Prints, Greeting Cards, and iPhone Cases

Reina Cottier - Prints, Posters, Canvas Prints, Framed Prints, Metal Prints, Acrylic Prints, Greeting Cards, and iPhone Cases

Reina Cottier - Prints, Posters, Canvas Prints, Framed Prints, Metal Prints, Acrylic Prints, Greeting Cards, and iPhone Cases

Reina Cottier - Prints, Posters, Canvas Prints, Framed Prints, Metal Prints, Acrylic Prints, Greeting Cards, and iPhone Cases

Footrot Flats - The very first edition of Footrot Flats released in 1978. Later releases of this book had the title of Footrot Flats One. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Footrot Flats - The very first edition of Footrot Flats released in 1978. Later releases of this book had the title of Footrot Flats One. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chris DeRuBeis metal art. I've seen some of his pieces and what he accomplishes on metal is amazing. I especially like the 4 piece sets.

Chris DeRuBeis metal art. I've seen some of his pieces and what he accomplishes on metal is amazing. I especially like the 4 piece sets.

Original Painting by Reina Cottier www.facebook.com/reinacottierart

Original Painting by Reina Cottier www.facebook.com/reinacottierart

28th Maori Battalion. ‘We will lose some of the most promising of our young leaders,’ wrote Sir  Āpirana Ngata, 'but we will gain the respect of our Pakeha brothers and the future of our race as a  respected part of the New Zealand people.' 3600 men served voluntarily with the Māori Battalion, 649 were killed,1712 were wounded and  237 were taken prisoner. This casualty rate was 50% higher than the average for the NZ infantry battalions. Give your opinion or add information.

28th Maori Battalion. ‘We will lose some of the most promising of our young leaders,’ wrote Sir Āpirana Ngata, 'but we will gain the respect of our Pakeha brothers and the future of our race as a respected part of the New Zealand people.' 3600 men served voluntarily with the Māori Battalion, 649 were killed,1712 were wounded and 237 were taken prisoner. This casualty rate was 50% higher than the average for the NZ infantry battalions. Give your opinion or add information.

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