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This is Val Burr's B.A (Hons) History Research Exercise for Massey University. It discusses German emigration to this area, and explores the experience of Germans during and after World War One, in New Zealand and specifically the Manawatu-Rangitikei area.

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2019Pa_ValBurr-S1F9_028220
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"German-ating the Seeds of Anger, the Great War's impact on Germans in Manawatu and Rangitikei"
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CA: Val Burr Papers, Series 1, Folder 9
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Manawatū - Rangitikei
Date
1996

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Val Burr

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