This is the story of a man who grew up in the Depression years on a Wairarapa farm, became a hard-working, hard-playing NCO during WWII, and won the VC in circumstances of self-sacrificing gallantry. He then entered the Anglican Ministry to serve his Master in a narrow city slums and in the far-flung parish of the rural Maori Mission.
Keith Elliot is a nuggety, straight-from-the-shoulder Kiwi, working and living and loving every moment of his life, and this is reflected in every page of this book
AH & AW Reed, NZ.
Hardback, 1968(7), 167pages, good condition