4 edition of The shape of New Zealand"s defence found in the catalog.
The shape of New Zealand"s defence
New Zealand. Ministry of Defence.
|LC Classifications||UA874.3 .N4875 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||98144919|
New Zealand was involved for all but three of the days of the conflict. more Battle of the River Plate. The RNZAF has built up a proud tradition of service since it became an independent service within the New Zealand defence forces in more The Royal New Zealand Navy. The New Zealand Security Intelligence Service's budget increases by more than 25 percent from $ million to $43 million. The Defence White Paper (DWP) due .
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The database lists imperial soldiers serving in New Zealand, c, during the New Zealand Land Wars. Information is drawn, in the first instance, from the New Zealand Medal Lists (War Office, WO /18, The National Archives, London). From the New Zealand Medal, a campaign medal, was awarded to imperial troops and some colonial troops serving in the New Zealand Wars in the s. New Zealand last published a white paper on defense in and has since then released multiple Defense Capability Plan documents that .
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The shape of New Zealand's defence: a white paper. John Crawford is the New Zealand Defence Force Historian. In he edited, with Ian McGibbon, Exisle's monumental book "New Zealand's Great War." His other major publications include "To Fight for the Empire: An Illustrated History of New Zealand and the South African War, ;" "Kia Kaha: New Zealand in the Second World War;" and, with the assistance of Peter Cooke, "No Better Death 5/5(1).
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