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    Chevalier de la Legion d’honneur for Captain C.P Leighton

    peter-leightonchevalier-de-la-legion-dhonneur-medalThe Legion of Honour, full name National Order of the Legion of Honour is the highest French order for military and civil merits, established 1802 by Napoléon Bonaparte.

    Captain Peter Leighton has been awarded the Chevalier de la Legion d’honneur.

     

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    Reunion Videos From Around The World 2016

    50th Anniversary Reunions

    Many thanks to our colleagues in Sydney, Wellington, Auckland and Amsterdam who kindly took the time to video their respective 50th anniversary reunions.

    Peter Stacey down in Wellington really ‘Pushed the boat out’.

    Wellington video of the reunion taken at the Featherston Arms in early November (before the earthquake), those present made the earth move that evening. Among those attending was our notable website historian Ian Farquhar, who had traveled up from Dunedin to attend.

    Sydney video reunion held on 8th Dec at the Occidental bar/restaurant. Speakers are Chris Cullen and Martin Orchard, who then ‘ran round the block’ to attend the London reunion ten days later.

    Auckland video of the reunion enthusiastically held at the Britomark on 18th Nov.

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    Tony Foreman, David Gill and David Hooper 2003.

    Tony Foreman David Gill and David Hooper 2003

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