Reinforcements of the 28 Māori Battalion are in Papakura Camp where they record songs, karakia and messages of greetings to members of the Battalion who have already travelled overseas.
God Save the King
Karakia by Padre Wiremu Netana Panapa.
Hīmene - Au e Ihu
Lt. Arapeta Awatere addresses the men
Sgt Wanoa of C Company sends greetings
Waiata - Māori Battalion March (in te reo Māori)
Padre Wiremu Netana Panapa sends greetings.
Waiata: Te aroha (Auē mama, auē papa)
2nd Lt Whareaitu [Te Arawa]
2nd Lt. Karaitiana [Ngati Kahungunu]
Haka - Uhitai, uhitai led by Peta Awatere
Lt. Paki West. (Te Waipounamu)
Waiata: Puti puti kaneihana e
Te Puea Hērangi sends greetings
Rev. Mutu Kapa (Ngāpuhi, Waikato) sends greetings
Waiata: E kore te aroha e.
Waiata: E rua nei aku ringa
Song: There'll always be an England.
Major Wales, Officer in Charge of training the reinforcements at Papakura Military Camp, send greeting to George Dittmer, Officer Commanding the 28 Māori Battalion.