National Geographic : 1942 Apr
The Making of an Anzac 447 In Seven Years the Rhodes Family Carved This Dairy Farm Out of Jungle When her husband died, Mrs. Rhodes moved with her six children from Dunedin to a New Zealand wilderness tract of 182 acres (page 439). Now the boys have cleared enough pastureland for 30 cows. Here George and Allen, accompanied by their cattle dog, carry a can of cream to a roadside station. Maori Recruits Take a "Shot in the Arm" with a Grin Inoculations prevent tetanus and typhoid. More than 5,000 descendants of New Zealand's Polynesian settlers have enlisted in the Army; 4,700 are serving overseas (page 438). All Maoris are volunteers, for conscription does not apply to them. The grimace is for the benefit of the camera, not the needle.