New Zealand's First World War Heritage (First World War Centenary History series) (Hardcover)

By Imelda Bargas, Tim Shoebridge

Exisle Publishing, 9781775591290, 288pp.

Publication Date: August 15, 2015

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Description

The living history of the NZ home front in WWI is bought alive here with vivid words, photographs and maps showing military bases, internment camps, railway lines, brothels, factories memorials and more. Much can be seen and visited today. New Zealand's First World War Heritage shows the enormous and continuing impact of the war from its beginning to beyond the armistice.



About the Author

Imelda Bargas is a Senior Historian in the Ministry for Culture and Heritage's History Group, having previously worked as a registration advisor at the then New Zealand Historic Places Trust. She has written extensively for NZHistory.net.nz, which she helps manage.

Tim Shoebridge is also a Senior Historian at the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, having previously worked as a researcher and report writer at the Waitangi Tribunal. His publications include The Good Citizen (2009), Quarantine! (with Gavin McLean, 2010), and Featherston Military Training Camp and the First World War (2011).