Scott, Thomas, 1947- :Gallipoli... 'As long as New Zealanders look back lads they will surely concur that nationhood was forged right here on this anvil!' 'How come there is never a Turkish sniper when you need one?' The Paua and the Glory, 1982.
- Scott, Thomas Joseph, 1947-
- Exhibition caption reads - Gallipoli is widely credited for the first stirrings of New Zealand nationalism, but there are clear indications that, however unformed and unspoken they may have been, they were there by the turn of the century. New Zealand felt sufficiently distinctive and apart from the other Australasian colonies to give surprisingly little thought to joining the six others in federation in 1901. Exhibited in 'The Other Side of the Ditch' exhibition of cartoons on the New Zealand-Australian relationship curated by Ian F. Grant of the New Zealand Cartoon Archive and exhibited in the National Library Gallery from 28 November 2001 to 24 February 2002 to mark the centenary of Australian Federation. Also exhibited at X Space Gallery, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland in mid-March 2002 and at Old Parliament House, Canberra, Australia from 26 March 2003 to 29 June 2003. Published in 'The Other Side of the Ditch' by Ian F. Grant, published by the New Zealand Cartoon Archive in association with Tandem Press, 2001. Quantity: 1 photocopy/ies A4 size photocopy.. Physical Description: A4 size photocopy.
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