|It was my practice to help the Chaplains as far as I was
able, knowing, as a regimental Soldier in the Last War, (WW1) what lay ahead
of us, and the need for religion and the value of the Unit Padre.
I take this opportunity of expressing my sincere appreciation of
the great work of New Zealand Chaplains of all denominations. They were a
fine team, and their untiring efforts were of untold value and did much to
sustain and comfort our men during the critical stages of the War.
Bernard Freyberg. Lieutenant-General,
General Officer Commanding, 2nd NZEF
Forward "Official History of NZ
in ww2: Chaplains"
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