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Māori and the Second World War

Page 6 – Further information

This web feature was written by Steve Watters and Monty Soutar and produced by the team.



  • Ian McGibbon, Gallipoli: a guide to New Zealand battlefields and memorials, Reed, Auckland, 2004
  • Ian McGibbon, New Zealand and the Second World War: the people, the battles and the legacy, Hodder Moa Beckett, Auckland, 2003
  • Ian McGibbon (ed.), The Oxford companion to New Zealand military history, OUP, Auckland, 2000
  • Megan Hutching (ed.) with Ian McGibbon, The desert road: New Zealanders remember the North African campaign, Harper Collins, Auckland, 2005
  • Megan Hutching (ed.) with Roberto Rabel, A fair sort of battering: New Zealanders remember the Italian campaign, Harper Collins, Auckland, 2004
  • Megan Hutching (ed.) with Ian McGibbon, Jock Phillips and David Filer, A unique sort of battle: New Zealanders remember Crete, Harper Collins, Auckland, 2001
  • Monty Soutar, Nga Tama Toa – the Price of Citizenship: C Company 28 (Maori) Battalion 1939–1945, David Bateman, Auckland, 2008
  • Patricia Grace, Tu, Penguin, Auckland, 2004 (This historical novel was inspired by her father's own diary outlining the experiences of the Maori Battalion.)

How to cite this page

Further information, URL:, (Manatū Taonga — Ministry for Culture and Heritage), updated