If you are seeking a history of New Zealand, Michael King's history is quite good.
Matthew Wright has written: 'Two peoples, one land' -- subject(s): History, Ethnic relations 'A near-run affair' -- subject(s): World War, 1939-1945, Campaigns, Military History, New Zealand Participation 'Desert duel' -- subject(s): World War, 1939-1945, Campaigns, New Zealand. Army. Division, 2nd, New Zealand, Desert warfare 'Blue water kiwis' -- subject(s): New Zealand. Navy, New Zealand, Naval History, History 'Behind enemy lines' -- subject(s): New Zealand Personal narratives, World War, 1939-1945, New Zealand Participation 'Reed illustrated history of New Zealand' -- subject(s): History, Social life and customs, Pictorial works 'Kiwi air power' -- subject(s): New Zealand. Royal New Zealand Air Force, New Zealand, History
i know they won the world cup in 2008 in rugby league
Italy ranks higher then NewZealand as they have played only two world cups. But Italy have won four world cups.
i think that the world history class is one
New Zealand became a British colony in 1841.
So we can show it to people from all aroud the WORLD!
Rugby is New Zealand's #1 sport. Rugby League and Union represents New Zealand in competitons such as NRL (Warriors), Four nations (New Zealand) and World cup (New Zealand). New Zealand brings back the heritage of the history at the start of every game, the haka in other words.
Australia and South Africa are both joint on winning two world cups. England and New Zealand have won it once each.
Australia, New Zealand, England, South Africa, France, Wales, Ireland, and Scotland.
one in 1987 eden park nz v france