Guv (Hawea) Grey speaks to Ray Cleaver about his time as Sergeant in the RNZ Infantry Regiment and Engineering Corps in the Vietnam, Malaya and Borneo Wars.
Grey served in the Royal New Zealand Army for 20 years, he was deployed in Malaya, Borneo and Vietnam from 1966-1967 and in Singapore from 1972-1974. He speaks about jungle patrols and health issues from Agent Orange.
Date: 7 February 2013
Duration: 1 hour 16 minutes

Part of a series of 10 oral recordings created by Rata Education and Historic Productions Trust and Anvil Productions Ltd. The project aimed to capture the stories of the remaining Taranaki Vietnam, Korea and Malaya War veterans. The interviews were conducted 2012-2013 by Ray Cleaver. The project was funded with the help of a grant from the Taranaki Electricity Trust. The project was a continuation from an earlier project which captured the stories of WWII veterans.
Maker
Cleaver, Ray
Primary Maker
Ray Cleaver
Department
Archives
Subject Person

Archive Contents

  Part 1

Research DVD

  Part 2

Digital file

Accession No
ARC2013-1484

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