For Love of Land and a Good Fight

Brown, John
December 2002
Military History;Dec2002, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p58
Provides a history of the Maori Wars or Land Wars between the Maori tribes on North Island, New Zealand and Great Britain in 18th century. Root of the dispute; Atrocities during the war; Grievance of the indigenous peoples.


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