Phanzine editor, Michael Kelly, opens this issue with a discussion of the satisfactory outcome of the â€˜sagaâ€™ 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 â€˜History Skills Workshop and Anniversary Dinnerâ€™, held to celebrate the organisationâ€™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