|Caption||Maori Rebellion. In one of the most heroic episodes of the Maori rebellion, 300 men, women and children besieged in a fortified village vowed to fight for ever against the British. On the third day of the siege they suddenly broke out and charged the British lines - half of them escaped. The British troops later erected a memorial to the gallantry of their enemies in a nearby church. Original artwork for illustration on p7 of Look and Learn issue no 908 (16 June 1979).|
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|Keywords||Maori maoris rebellion gallantry fortified village escape fighting British heroism|
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