The Bulford Kiwi: The Kiwi we left behind
* Little known story from after WW1, when NZ troops waited months in Sling Camp in southern England after the war ended to get a ship home.
* Rioting in the camp led to plans to keep troops busy by cutting a giant Kiwi into the chalk hill behind the camp.
* The Bulford Kiwi has become a monument built by soldiers, not governments, for themselves and their mates.
* In 2017 the Bulford Kiwi was made a protected heritage site by UK government.
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