Ettie Rout and New Zealand soldiers

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Safer-sex advocate Ettie Rout (middle row, second from right) poses with a group of New Zealand soldiers in Paris, France, in August 1918. Rout endeavoured to meet every New Zealand soldier coming to the city on leave. She offered them a place to stay the night, looked after their gear, and gave ...


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