The German connection with New Zealand during the nineteenth century is an important part of New Zealand's heritage, but for various reasons it has remained a neglected part of New Zealand history. James Bade and his team of contributors seek to redress the balance with this generously illustrated volume, which examines not only early German settlement, but also the contribution of German and Austrian scientists, artists, musicians, businessmen, and missionaries to the New Zealand way of life.
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