|LC Classifications||D767.85 .S65 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||190 p. :|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||95215702|
This book is a collection of essays arising out of the 'Zealandia's Great War' conference organised by the New Zealand Military History Committee in November In 32 essays by distinguished military historians from New Zealand and around the world, various aspects of New Zealand's involvement in World War One are discussed.4/5. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Jacket subtitle: World war II, the New Zealand perspective. "Communicado, TVNZ Television.". Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hancock, Kenneth R. (Kenneth Rangi). New Zealand at war. Wellington, N.Z., A.H. and A.W. Reed . Genre/Form: History Military history: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fox, William, War in New Zealand. London, Smith, Elder,
'This narrative is a factual history about some of New Zealand's minesweepers and their ships' companies. At the height of WW2, New Zealand Naval Board appropriated many commercial trawlers and coastal traders, for conversion to minesweeping and anti-submarine service. Based on many years of research and illustrated throughout, The Great War for New Zealand is a groundbreaking book written in the conviction that a nation needs to own its history. Available now in hardback and ebook formats from booksellers and using the ‘Buy’ buttons on this page. The South African ('Boer') War took New Zealand troops to a foreign battlefield for the first time. South African 'Boer' War. NZ units in South Africa South African War memorials. First World War. The First World War had a seismic impact on New Zealand, reshaping the country's perception of itself and its place in the world. A History of the War in the North of New Zealand against the Chief Heke. (A near-contemporaneous account, although written primarily with an aim to entertain rather than with an eye to historical accuracy) Maxwell, Peter (). Frontier, the Battle for the North Island of New Zealand. Celebrity Books. O'Malley, Vincent ().
Summary: "This book [compresses] into words and pictures the extent to which war has affected New Zealand life over years. It is [an] evocation of the taste and textures of war, how it disrupted New Zealanders' lives and the efforts they made to survive it. It tells also how others failed to survive." As these book covers with their varied titles suggest, there has been considerable debate about what to call the New Zealand wars. Each name makes different assumptions about the meaning of the conflicts. New Zeland at War. Kenneth Rangi Hancock. A. H. and A. W. Reed, - New Zealand - pages. 0 Reviews. With America s entry into World War II and the movement of Japanese forces into the southern Pacific, a number of U.S. troops were sent to protect New Zealand so that their troops might remain with commitments in the Middle East and other important, established locations.5/5(2).