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Aitutaki warrior’s story of courage and commitment

Saturday 30 April 2016 | Published in Outer Islands

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Aitutaki warrior’s story of courage and commitment
Isaac Solomona (second from left) at Hauraki District Council Chamber in New Zealand with Hauraki mayor John Tregidga and the Mayor of Arras, Frédéric Leturque. Also pictured are Isaac's brother Teariki and Tia Angene, a descendant of Angene Angene, another Cook Island soldier who etched his name on the wall of the Arras tunnel. 16042905

Born in 1894, Solomon Isaacs grew up in the village of Tautu on Aitutaki in the Cook Islands before migrating to Auckland as a teenager.

Born in 1894, Solomon Isaacs grew up in the village of Tautu on Aitutaki in the Cook Islands before migrating to Auckland as a teenager.


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