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Kiwi Air Power: A history of the RNZAF to the end of the Cold War (New Zealand Military Series) (Volume 1) Paperback – January 15, 2017
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About the Author
I’m a New Zealand writer with over thirty years hands-on professional experience as a published author and in publishing. My main interests are in the sciences – physics, particularly, though I’m deeply curious about a lot of stuff, especially the human condition. I have qualifications in writing, music and anthropology among other fields, and hold multiple post-graduate degrees in history. I’m also a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society at University College, London.
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flying in just about every sky. Wright’s ability to bring those stories alive and show us the people behind the events is pretty clear, and I
thoroughly enjoyed this one
As someone that has traveled to New Zealand, and has fallen in love with the country and people, and also is an aviation enthusiast, I wanted to understand more about this aspect of Kiwi life and culture. This book is very matter-of-fact presentation of data, and not much a personal insight, apart from a few brief quotations. It has helped me understand more of NZ defense strategy, but a map showing the key bases routinely cited in the boom.