The New Zealand Wars

$29.99 inc GST

New edition of The New Zealand Wars

The New Zealand Wars are a part of New Zealand’s history that many people wish they knew more about. This book describes how the wars came about, where and when they were fought and who was involved.

It looks at how they are being remembered today, including new ways of working towards understanding and reconciliation, and the Raa Maumahara National Day of Commemoration.


In The New Zealand Wars, you will discover:

  • how the wars affected women and children
  • what happened at Parihaka
  • the history of land confiscation and protests
  • how the wars have featured in New Zealand art, music and literature
  • historic places to visit all over the country

Richly illustrated and well researched, the story is full of fascinating detail, eye-witness accounts and little known facts, with lists of websites, resources and books for those who want to discover more.

About the Author: Philippa Werry lives in Wellington and writes fiction, non-fiction, poetry and plays. Her work has been widely published and several of her books have been shortlisted for awards and prizes. She has a special interest in history which has led to books like Anzac Day, Waitangi Day, Armistice Day, The New Zealand Wars and Antarctic Journeys.

Additional information

Weight 0.35 kg
Dimensions 210 × 265 cm

Philippa Werry


White Cloud Books





Publication Date

9 February 2023


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