New Zealand and the First World War : 1914-1919 / Damien Fenton.

Nā: Fenton, Damien [author.].
Kaiwhakaputa: Auckland : Penguin, 2013Whakaahuatanga: 111 pages ; 30 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780143569756 :.Ngā marau: World War, 1914-1918 -- New ZealandDDC classification: 940.393 Summary: "The full story of New Zealand's involvement in the First World War"--Publisher information.
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'The fighting has been and is very stern and hard here, but New Zealand's lads and men have proven themselves the equal of the best soldiers of the world.' - Colonel William Malone, commander of the Wellington Battalion, Quinn's Post, Gallipoli, 15 July 1915 The first of its kind for New Zealand - a lavish, landmark production - New Zealand and the First World War dynamically illustrates 50 key episodes of our wartime life. Featuring over 500 images, many previously unpublished, the book comes with a host of memorabilia- fold-out maps posters booklets letters postcards The complete story of New Zealand's war is brought to life in dramatic detail - our front-line experiences overseas as well as those on the home front, from the outbreak in 1914 to demobilisation in 1919. This terrible conflict was not restricted to faraway battlefields like Gallipoli and Passchendaele - it had an unparalleled impact on New Zealand society, touching nearly every family, every street and every community. Until now, no single history has explored New Zealand's role in the First World War with such breadth and colour. A defining history for a new generation. 'This is the trailblazing history for the war's centenary. It is a brilliant achievement and one every family should have in its home . . . It answers the obvious and not so obvious questions and will delight every age. It is a triumph.' --Christopher Pugsley, New Zealand Listener

"The full story of New Zealand's involvement in the First World War"--Publisher information.

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