Over the Wide and Trackless Sea
By Megan Hutching
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Facing danger, despair, back breaking work and heart breaking loss and loneliness, the women who forged a new life in New Zealand in colonial times have never been celebrated, and
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Over the Wide and Trackless Sea
9780730445685
1 October 2008
EPUB
304
3.16 MB
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EN
Unclassifiable: WZ BIC
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Author Biography

Megan Hutching has produced six books of oral histories of the Second World War, in the 'New Zealanders Remember' series, including most recently, Last Line of Defence: New Zealanders Remember the War at Home. Her first major piece of research was on women opposed to war in New Zealand in the early twentieth century, and this sparked her abiding interest in writing about the extraordinary lives of ordinary women.