The John Masters Story

Veteran Fighter


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Reply andy owens
4:31 PM on November 20, 2016 
Reply Mary McDade
11:25 PM on November 1, 2010 
Saddened to hear the news of John Masters passing. The world has lost a great man.
Reply Karin Hall
4:35 PM on September 18, 2010 
Hi there
Your book sound really interesting and I look forward to reading it. My father was also awarded the Military Cross for his service in Vietnam. He died in 1987 from cancer - like so many of his mates.
Thanks for keeping these heroes' stories alive.
Reply Adrian Hodge
5:48 AM on August 19, 2010 
Congratulations to you on an excellent book and a special thanks for all you have done for New Zealand Servicemen
Reply Neil McQuoid
4:45 AM on July 31, 2010 
Dear John and Alisoun,

Have just bought the book and I know that Mum and I will be fighting to be the first to read it! Was great seeing you in London and hopefully will all meet up again one day! Neil
Reply Dusty Millar
4:37 PM on June 16, 2010 
Thank you John and Allan for this inspiring Book.I would not march at Parade 2008 due to my anger with the Govt.This book has gone some way to helping me see the bigger picture.
Reply Mary McDade
11:44 PM on June 7, 2010 
Hello John, A very dear friend Phil Routhan gave me your book with a personal inscription from yourself. I couldn't put it down. It was so moving and inspirational if I ever get the chance I will thank Phil for giving me this amazing book. Thank you and God Bless, Mary
renamasters says...
From John Masters

""There is an overwhelming sensation in being involved with the launching of one's life story in black and white, warts and all. It clearly tells me that my story is no longer my own personal property. So be it. It started out as something for grandchildren and future enerations and grew to what we now present to the world. Wow! Early reactions have been fascinating with the title getting wide approval and me being surprised by the comment that, apart from the warry stuff, it was also a love story. What do you think?"
Reply Sue and Tony Ramus
6:21 AM on January 18, 2010 
Dear John and Alisoun, Our computer has lost your email address so we want to thank you for all your greetings at Christmas. We shall get "your" book when we get back from Australia. Just wanted you to know that you are both in our thoughts and prayers. We so enjoyed your company and friendship in NZ and in England. Love to you all, Sue and Tony
Reply Jim Ellis
3:44 PM on January 8, 2010 
Hi John - I have just ordered a copy of your book and I remembered a time at the Horseshoe when you allowed me to speak my mind. You are a true gentleman and my best wishes go with you. Thanks.
Jim Ellis
Reply Fiona Albiston
2:00 PM on December 16, 2009 
It was a wonderful surprise to pick up my paper last weekend and see John's face. I often tell people about the amazing man I worked with, and with some luck I can will be able to show my own grandchildren his book. What a fantastic legacy. Warmest wishes, Fiona Albiston (nee Mowat)