Talk:List of World War I aces from New Zealand
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Nationalities can be fluid
Many British Commonwealth citizens still considered themselves English citizens during World War I. They often emigrated between Britain and Commonwealth countries, pretty much at will.
A classic example is Arthur Coningham. Born in Australia and reared in New Zealand, he ended up a senior officer in Britain. Excellent argument can be made that he qualified as a citizen of any and all of these nations.
Which is a gentle way of pointing out why someone like "Maori" Coningham could justifiably be listed on more than one national list.