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Scoop Images: Struan’s War Book Launch

Struan’s War, a new book of wartime photographs and diaries by Gunner Struan MacGibbon and edited by his nephew John MacGibbon, was launched last night. Struan’s War, published by Ngaio Press, is also a New Zealand Centre for Photography Exhibition being held at the New Zealand Portrait Gallery, Bowen House, between 23 April and 1 June.

See also… Scoop Images: 'Struan's War'


Desert war veteran and Up The Blue author Roger Smith introduces the exhibition


Mr Smith with Struan’s War editor and publisher John MacGibbon


The late Struan MacGibbon’s daughter Shona, wife Mavis and nephew John discuss the book


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