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By Phillips, Jock
The story of one historian, and a country, awakening to New Zealand's past.
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By Dalley, Bronwyn; Edited by Phillips, Jock
Modern New Zealand history is being told in new ways to new audiences: in museums, on the Internet, in researching Treaty claims, for example. Many of the contributors to this selection of essays on public history have played active roles in its development and expansion.
By Phillips, Jock; With Harper, Philip; Harper, Susan
A powerful and beautifully-illustrated story of two New Zealand brothers at Gallipoli and the Sinai Desert. Bringing together original letters, stunning photographs and extraordinary objects sent back from the front, Brothers in Arms evokes the experience of the Great War in a un ...
Over 30,000 New Zealanders have died in wars since 1840. They have been remembered in the more than a thousand memorials put up in public places throughout New Zealand. Except on Anzac Day, most people pass by these monuments without really looking at them. Yet a huge amount of s ...
By Phillips, Jock; Hearn, Terry
Explores the question of who New Zealand's Pakeha ancestors were. This book presents and interprets the findings of a statistical analysis of immigrants from the United Kingdom. It looks at such issues as the geographical origins of the founding ancestors, their occupational and ...
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