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Title: Mau : Samoa's struggle against New Zealand Oppression
Description: New Zealand, A. H. & A. W. Reed. 1984, First Edition. (ISBN: 0589014927) Hard Cover with dust jacket, 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. In protest against the New Zealand administration, on 28 December 1929, the newly elected leader, High Chief Tupua Tamasese Lealofi, led his fellow uniformed Mau in a peaceful demonstration in downtown Apia. Chief Tamasese and others were killed that day became known in Samoa as Black Saturday. The Mau grew, remaining non-violent, and after repeated efforts by the Samoan people, Western Samoa gained independence in 1962 becoming the first country in the Pacific to become independent. CONDITION Purple bds, 262 pages with photo illus, signed by author to title page. DJ in archival cover. Only faults are name to front paste down and light wear to bottom edge. Near Fine/Fine. Signed by Author.

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Price: US$ 70.00 Seller: Ariel Books
- Book number: 15678

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