Māori and the Second World War

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

Links

Books

  • 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.)