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Crossing the Lines: three gay soldiers in World War II

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In the first-ever history of homosexual NZ soldiers during World War II, award-winning historian Brent Coutts offers a fascinating account, principally through three men: Harold Robinson, Ralph Dyer and Douglas Morison. In an extract from

Ralph Dyer, Harold Robinson and Douglas Morison in Auckland. Ralph Dyer, Harold Robinson and Douglas Morison in Auckland. Harold G Robinson, female impersonator, 1944. Photo / Brent Coutts Collection Harold G Robinson, female impersonator, 1944. Photo / Brent Coutts Collection Two servicemen kiss at Trentham Army Camp. Photo / Donald Peat Collection / Alexander Turnbull Library Two servicemen kiss at Trentham Army Camp. Photo / Donald Peat Collection / Alexander Turnbull Library
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