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The Occupiers: New Zealand Veterans Remember Post-war Japan
  

The Occupiers: New Zealand Veterans Remember Post-war Japan (Trade Paperback/Paperback)

By Parr, Alison

Twelve thousand New Zealand men and women served in the occupation of Japan immediately after the Second World War. This book records memories from those we know as 'J Force'. Based on revealing interviews with soldiers, airmen, nurses and members of the New Zealand Women's Army ...

ISBN 9780143567240
Published 23 March 2012 by Penguin
Interest Age Young Adults
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Home: Civilian New Zealanders Remember the Second World War
 

Home: Civilian New Zealanders Remember the Second World War (Trade Paperback/Paperback)

By Parr, Alison

Based on frank, in-depth interviews, Home reveals the reality of civilian wartime life in New Zealand during the watershed years from 1939 to 1945.

ISBN 9780143203841
Published 31 May 2010 by Penguin
Interest Age All ages
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The Big Show: New Zealanders, D-Day and the War in Europe
  

The Big Show: New Zealanders, D-Day and the War in Europe (Paperback, illustrated edition)

Edited by Parr, Alison

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Provides eye witness accounts from the heart of the Second World War as told by New Zealand servicemen. More than 10,000 NZ servicemen were on active duty at the time of the D-day landings. The role played by these men has been largely untold until now. This book is one of the fi ...

ISBN 9781869403652
Published 1 May 2006 by Auckland University Press
Interest Age All ages
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