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  • Na Tarimo i whakaari... Ko Rangiwewehi te iwi

    Flavell, James William Ben (University of Waikato, 1986)
    Ko ngā kōrero e whai ake nei, he mea kohikohi, he mea tuku mai ki ahau mō te iwi e kiia nei, ko Ngāti Rangiwewehi. Ko te rohe ki te taha raki o te Rotorua-nui-ā-kahumatamomoe to tūrangawaewae, otirā the rohe takahi o te ...
  • Political ideas in the North Briton, 1762-1763: A 'Whig-country' view of the English Constitution

    Knight, Anthony Wallace (University of Waikato, 1972)
    This dissertation examines the constitutional ideas and attitudes which emerge from the North Briton's view of the state of English politics in 1762-3. The object of the study has been to determine the nature of these ideas ...
  • Sir Henry Atkinson: A political biography, 1872-1892

    Bassett, Judith (University of Waikato, 1966)
    This thesis attempts to examine in some detail the political career of Sir Harry Atkinson who held Cabinet rank for twelve of the twenty years it covers, and who dominated the Treasury for more than a decade, yet upon whom ...
  • Technical education in New Zealand: A Survey of developments and trends from 1940 to 1966

    Collett, Graeme Richard (University of Waikato, 1967)
    We live in a time of change. All around us are a variety of goods; transistor radios, television sets, pre-packed frozen foods, plastic goods, synthetic materials, electrical appliances and a host of others, which were ...
  • Two novels by Herman Hesse: Demian and Der Steppenwolf

    Douglas, Donald Brett (University of Waikato, 1977)
    As the section of this study devoted to Der Steppenwolf will demonstrate , much secondary literature treating Hermann Hesse has confined itself to an uncritical, frequently adulatory discussion of his oeuvre , many articles ...