Ka Rongo Te Pakanga Nei: Māori Vietnam Veterans and Whanau Perspectives on the impacts of involuntary chemical exposure, and the broader effects on the war

Dr Paul Reynolds, Dr Cherryl Smith

The focus of this report is on whānau and intergenerational consequences of toxic exposures experienced by Māori veterans during the Vietnam War. In this report, attention is given to the lives and experiences of Māori veterans, their wives and their children, to provide a cross section of accounts and perspectives of the effects that the war had on these men, and the consequences for the entire whānau.


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