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Practical imperialism: the Anglo-Welsh rugby tour of NZ, 1908

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  • Description
    Copy of an article written in 1996 for publication in the International Journal of the History of Sport, London, England, regarding the tour undertaken by the Anglo-Welsh rugby team to New Zealand in 1908. Examines the social and political reasons behind the tour rather than the strictly sporting perspective. (13 leaves)
  • Other Number
    97/4, MS-97-4
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  • Catalogue title
    Practical imperialism: the Anglo-Welsh rugby tour of NZ, 1908
  • Identifiers
    • MS-97-4  (Reference Number)
    • 97/4  (Registration Number)
  • Creator
  • Description
    Copy of an article written in 1996 for publication in the International Journal of the History of Sport, London, England, regarding the tour undertaken by the Anglo-Welsh rugby team to New Zealand in 1908. Examines the social and political reasons behind the tour rather than the strictly sporting perspective. (13 leaves)
  • Physical description
    1 folder (1 item)
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  • Medium
    Typescript
  • Subject
  • Citation
    Vincent, Geoffrey. Practical imperialism: the Anglo-Welsh rugby tour of NZ, 1908. Auckland War Memorial Museum Library. MS-97-4.
  • Notes
    Geoffrey Vincent was a former PhD student at Canterbury University researching the history of Rugby Union and Rugby League football.

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