New Zealand's Military Heroism

New Zealand's Military Heroism

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New Zealanders have long admired their military heroes. In New Zealand's Military Heroism New Zealand's Military Heroism Matthew Wright tells the stories of heroes from all the major conflicts that New Zealanders have played a part in over the last 150 years, including the New Zealand Wars, the two World Wars and peacekeeping duties in the 1990s. Using selected military campaigns and the stories of decorated service people, this richly illustrated and thoroughly researched book offers new ways of understanding New Zealand's military heroism. By looking at soldiers' ideals of courage and investigating the definition of heroism, Military Heroism finds wider historical meanings in the fates of our decorated heroes.
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Product details

  • Paperback
  • 168 x 240mm
  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • Illustrated
  • Illustrated edition
  • colour and b&w illustrations
  • 0790011549
  • 9780790011547

About Matthew Wright

Matthew Wright is a professional historian. He holds postgraduate degrees in history and has written extensively on a wide range of topics, including land claim issues, engineering and company histories. He specialises in New Zealand social and military history. His previous books include histories of the RNZAF, the RNZN and the battle of Crete. He is also the author of New Zealand's Engineering Heritage, Quake, and Two Peoples, One Land.
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