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Taranaki Māori had a nickname for John Bryce. They called him “Bryce Kōhuru” - Bryce the Murderer. In November 1881 Bryce led 1600 volunteers and Constabulary Field Force troops into Parihaka and supervised its destruction and the dispersal of its Māori inhabitants.
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