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The social history of First World War New Zealand is a multifaceted subject, the result of a conflict which, more or less, involved entire societies. James Belich once argued that in New Zealand the ‘grand themes of world history are often played out more rapidly, more separately, and therefore more discernibly than elsewhere’, and this is certainly applicable to the Great War. This book conveys some of the complexities of a small land in a world war, by examining individual facets of New Zealand society.
Number of Pages: 416
Publisher: Paul & Co Pub Consortium
Author: Steven Loveridge
Street Date: August 1, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-43-9068
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