Author(s): Paul Moon
Well known historian Paul Moon provides a 'captivating and intimate account of New Zealand in the 1950s.' He shines a 'powerful light' on this previously 'obscured decade' and in doing so, has illuminated one of the most significant periods in the country's history, with an eye for colourful detail and often wry observations of the personalities and events of the time. First published April 2009.
Paul Moon is Professor of History at AUT University, and is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society at University College, London. He is the author of numerous books on New Zealand's history.