Kia Kaha

Kia Kaha

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This collection of essays is the most important history of New Zealand's involvement in the Second World War to appear in many years. It demonstrates the key role the nation played in the Allied cause, and topics include strategy, command in war, the operations of New Zealand Armed Forces, the home front, the scientific war, and the founding of the United Nations. The book provides new insight on the longterm impact of the war effort on New Zealand and on the difficulties small nations face when they try to get their concerns heard by world powers.This collection of essays is the most important history of New Zealanda#39;s involvement in the Second World War to appear in many years.


Title:Kia Kaha
Author:John A. B. Crawford
Publisher:Oxford University Press, USA - 2000
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