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The evolution of socio-political cartoon satire in the New Zealand press during the 19th and early 20th centuries : Its role in justifying the alienation of Maori lands
(University of Canterbury. History, 1995)
This thesis examines the evolution of socio-political cartoon satire and how it came to be used as a weapon in the Pakeha media campaign to facilitate the total alienation of Maori land in New Zealand in the nineteenth ...
Revolutionism as Revisionism: Early British Views of Bonaparte, 1796 - 1803.
(University of Canterbury. Department History, 1995)
This thesis examines British views of Napoleon Bonaparte from 1796 to 1803. It argues that a chronological approach is the most appropriate because of both the relative neglect of the subject,and because of faults in the ...