New Zealand And the Second World War: the People, the Battles And the Legacy by Ian McGibbon

New Zealand's Military Heroism by Matthew Wright

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What could motivate someone to perform heroic deeds and endanger themselves? Noted military historian Matthew Wright offers a way of understanding our military heroism - and our changing popular view of courage. This illuminating analysis explores what courage meant to combatants and public alike. New Zealand's Military Heroism highlights some of the courageous Kiwis who fought in campaigns around the world, from New Zealand to South Africa, from the Western Front to the Pacific, and during the tumultuous years of the Cold War and beyond. This 2007 Reed Paperback is in Good condition.

heavy ISBN: 9780790011547 SKU: 1224507 Note: Any image shown is from a stock photo and is not the actual book.