Tauranga Moana tribes and their historic allies will be out in force today to mark the 150th anniversary of the battle of Gate Pa.
A Lasting Legacy: Horatio Gordon Robley with works by Bob Kerr & Elizabeth Kyle
The heavy loss of life and unexpected defeat on the government side quickly led to recrimination, accusations of incompetence, and disillusionment.
Hands on Tauranga | English & Languages | Newspaper Extracts, Battle of Gate Pa HC189/1-34 | A set of 34 newspaper extracts published in 1964 to commemorate the Battle of Gate Pa
The story of a young Maori woman who tended the British soldiers wounded at the battle of Gate Pa.
At the Battle of Gate Pa, 200 Māori faced 1,700 colonial troops and their artillery. Author Buddy Mikaere discusses the events leading up to and following the battle.
The Battle of Gate Pa (20th April, 1804) was a remarkable Maori victory achieved against tremendous odds. The battle more than any other convinced the British of the futility of assaulting a completed
One of the most infamous battles of the Land Wars has been remembered in Tauranga this morning - the Battle of Gate Pa.
Remembering the Battle - Commemorating the Battle of Gate Pa, The Anglican Parish of ..., St George's Anglican Church, Tauranga, Bay of Plenty, 29 April 20
One of the most often recounted stories of the Land Wars of the 1860s is that of the battle of Gate Pa. It has captured the public imagination for two reasons: because of the re...
In the television series The New Zealand wars, James Belich describes how following the bombardment of Gate Pā the British advanced into the pā only to be met by warriors, carefully hidden in the comp
Gate Pā was a major disaster for the British military who suffered twice the casualties of the Māori defenders