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The Sugarbag Years: An Oral History of the 1930s Depression in New Zealand

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Originally published in 1974, this volume tells of life during the years of the Depression, in the words of those who lived through it. It describes the struggle by men and women to house, feed and clothe themselves and their families, the efforts of political activists to bring about changes, and the responses of key political figures to the disastrous situation. The Depression of the 1930s is an enduring element in New Zealand's national mythology, an episode that blighted the lives of several generations of New ...

The Sugarbag Years: An Oral History of the 1930s Depression in New Zealand 2009, ACLS History E-Book Project

ISBN-13: 9781597402989

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The Sugarbag Years: An Oral History of the 1930s Depression in New Zealand 2008, ACLS History E-Book Project

ISBN-13: 9781597406697

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The Sugarbag Years: An Oral History of the 1930s Depression in New Zealand 1997, Godwit, Auckland

ISBN-13: 9780908877959

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