Phanzine editor, Michael Kelly, opens this issue with a discussion of the satisfactory outcome of the saga of the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior.
Inside, there is an interview with Auckland historian Margaret McClure. Much of the rest of the issue reflects on the ‘History Skills Workshop and Anniversary Dinner’, held to celebrate the organisation’s 10th birthday. Kelly contributes his regular heritage column, which focuses on Napier, and provides a review of the History Channel. There are also reviews of the ‘British World’ Conference in Melbourne and the ‘City of Enterprise’ Conference in Auckland as well as a notice about an upcoming conference.
Read this issue: Phanzine December 2004