|Title:||Kia Kaha: New Zealand in the Second World War|
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|Category:||Australia and Oceania|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press (September 7, 2000)|
The book This collection of essays is the most important history of New Zealand's involvement in the Second World War to appear in many years. It demonstrates the key role the nation played in the Allied cause, and topics include strategy, command in war, the operations of New Zealand Armed Forces, the home front, the scientific war, and the founding of the United Nations. The book provides new insight on the longterm impact of the war effort on New Zealand and on the difficulties small nations face when they try to get their concerns heard by world powers.
Kia kaha is a Māori phrase used by the people of New Zealand as an affirmation, meaning stay strong. The phrase has significant meaning for Māori: popularised through its usage by the 28th Māori Battalion during World War II, it is found in titles of books and songs, as well as a motto. Linguistically, kia kaha consists of the desiderative verbal particle kia, used here as 'an encouragement to achieve the state named', that is, to achieve kaha or strength.
Pugsley, Christopher, ‘The second New Zealand Division of 1945: a comparison with its 1918 predecessor’, in John Crawford (ed), Kia kaha: New Zealand in the Second World War (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000), p. 4-106. Pugsley, Christopher, ‘World War I: New Zealanders in France’, in John Dunmore (ed), New Zealand and the French: two centuries of contact (Waikanae: Heritage Press, 1990), p. 16-126. Rousell, Olivier, ‘ Ka mate!.
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