The quest for security in New Zealand, 1840 to 1966.

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Working class -- New Zealand., New Zealand -- Economic conditions -- 1918-1945., New Zealand -- Economic conditions -- 1945-1984., New Zealand -- Social condit

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LC ClassificationsHD8866 .S8 1966
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 512 p.
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Open LibraryOL5576894M
LC Control Number67088840

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B Sutch. Book Published in New Zealand: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sutch, W.B. (William Ball), Quest for security in New Zealand, to Wellington, New York [etc.] Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /.

The quest for security in New Zealand, to by W. B Sutch (Book) 29 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Writing inSutch proposed to tell the story of social security in New Zealand from up to the present day.

The book is extensively researched and documented, but unabashedly polemical in tone. The Quest for Security in New Zealand by W. Sutch and a great selection of related books, The quest for security in New Zealand and collectibles available now at the mid s, the New Zealand people made it clear that they were concerned with many other things.

The demand for security – security of employment and security against disastrous loss of income through ill health, old age, or changing overseas prices – was a major factor governing the policies adopted by both main parties.

New Zealanders and the sea / Te Ara – the Encyclopedia of New Zealand (David Bateman) The Penguin Book of New Zealanders at War, Gavin McLean, Ian McGibbon and Kynan Gentry (eds) (Penguin Books) The Watchdog: New Zealand's Audit Office toDavid Green and John Singleton (Otago University Press) The Quest for Security in New Zealand, ; Oxford, ; p.

There is a bronze head () and portrait () of Sir Douglas Robb by John Francis Kavanagh in the University of Auckland Art Collection. Douglas Robb died in his sleep on the morning of his 74th birthday. His widow, Lady Robb, died in the Mount Erebus disaster. is considered a watershed year in the history of New Zealand: The Treaty of Waitangi is signed, British sovereignty over New Zealand is proclaimed, organised European settlement begins, and Auckland and Wellington are both founded.

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Uniform buttons of the Imperial Corps in service in New Zealand from the 's onwards. New Zealand History. It is estimated the Maori inhabited New Zealand around AD.

Around eight hundred years later the Western world discovered New Zealand. Inin a bid to locate the mysterious, rich land Australia, the Dutch Explorer, Abel Tasman caught sight.

Sutch wrote numerous books. Among the first were: Poverty and Progress in New Zealand (, ), which echoed the work Progress and Poverty, by the Californian Henry George (), known as the "single [land] taxer"; and The Quest for Security in New Zealand (, ).

[citation needed], which to Sutch was a related topic. Early career. The Quest for Security in New Zealand. By W. Sutch. pp, Penguin, Purchase. Stay informed. Get the latest book reviews delivered bi-weekly. Sign Up. Get the Magazine.

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& W. Reed. In June he entered the army, serving in New Zealand as a gunner and later a gunnery instructor. It was during this period that Sutch’s books Poverty and progress in New Zealand () and The quest for security in New Zealand () were published.

Both were versions of a social history commissioned but rejected as a centennial. White Wings: immigrant ships to New Zealand, Wellington [NZ]: Reed, Condensed and edited version of 2 volume work.

Editor: Bradwell, Cyril R. (Cyril Robertson) Auckland. Brett's Historical Series Early History of New Zealand Two lists in back of book.

Inthe National party Government released a Defence White Paper which was unequivocal about who the potential enemy was: “In the longer term (the s and beyond) the greatest threat to New Zealand’s interests, and to our own security, comes from the growing power of an uncompromising China” (New Zealand Government,p.

British sovereignty was proclaimed over New Zealand in January,and the country became a dependency of New South Wales until the 3rd May,when it was made a separate colony. The seat of Government was at Auckland, and the Executive included the Governor, and three gentlemen holding office as Colonial Secretary, Attorney-General, and.

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Please continue to improve it and thanks for the great work so far. Prof. Belich has become 'the authority' on the New Zealand Wars and this book has become the standard text.

This is hugely unfortunate. Not only is Belich's thesis that the native Maori were tactical and strategic wizards that were more than capable of facing the might of Imperial Britain (and in the process 'invented' a totally new form of trench warfare) profoundly flawed, the manner in Reviews: 7.

Official history of the New Zealand Division on the Western Front from its arrival in early to the end of its war effort as part of the Army of the Rhineland. The New Zealand Division served with great distinction, and as a result suffered grievous losses.

O officers and men of the Division gave their lives on the Western Front. New Zealand (Māori: Aotearoa [aɔˈtɛaɾɔa]) is an island country in the southwestern Pacific consists of two main landmasses—the North Island (Te Ika-a-Māui) and the South Island (Te Waipounamu)—and around smaller islands, covering a total area ofsquare kilometres (, sq mi).New Zealand is about 2, kilometres (1, mi) east of Australia across the.

In Sutch’s Poverty and progress in New Zealand, a history with the theme of social difficulties driving national development, was published as a Penguin special. In The quest for security in New Zealand was published, selling overcopies.

Both were originally versions of a text commissioned by the National Centennial. At first New Zealand was administered from Australia as part of the colony of New South Wales, and from 16 June New South Wales laws were deemed to operate in New Zealand.

However, this was a transitional arrangement and on 1 July New Zealand became a colony in its own right. Discover your ancestry - search Birth, Marriage and Death certificates, census records, immigration lists and other records - all in one family search!.

From about onwards, New Zealand became a resort for whalers and traders, chiefly from Australia. By the Treaty of Waitangi, inbetween Governor William Hobson and the representatives of the Maori race, the Maori chiefs ceded the sovereignty to the British Crown and the.

He published what is largely acknowledged as the authoritative and classic history of New Zealand inand I first read it shortly thereafter.

The book remains in print, and although Sinclair died init continues to be updated, most recently inby a fellow academic, Raewyn s: 7.New Zealand Wars begin.

The first conflict in the main phase of the New Zealand Wars began in Taranaki in A ceasefire ended that conflict inbut warfare between Māori tribes and British forces took place in other parts of the North Island between and the early s.