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By Crosby, Ron
* Seminal work on the wars that ravaged New Zealand after first European contact * Lays bare how muskets and introduced foods upset a centuries-old tribal balance * Superbly illustrated with historic photographs and innovative maps (32 pages of colour)
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By Ogle, Nigel; Crosby, Ron
A rough paddock with a tired, mossy monument today marks the site of a hugely significant battle between Maori and Pakeha.
In July 1868 South Taranaki cheif Titokowaru indicated his toughening attitude toward European settlement in his territory by attacking the small military ...
In mid-winter 1944, massive infantry losses were incurred at Cassino. What is not widely known is that Kiwi & Indian engineers created an opportunity to outflank Cassino through the construction of a road carved into the hills above the German encampment. The failings of army hei ...
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