The Bulford Kiwi : The Kiwi we left behind - Colleen Brown
The intriguing story of a 130m-tall Kiwi, carved into a hill in southern England by New Zealand troops waiting to go home at the end of the World War One.
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.