Publisher: McFarland & Co.
"This history of New Zealand's relations with the League of Nations from its inception in 1920 to its demise in 1946 follows the government's transformation in attitude from its hostility to detached acceptance and passionate support in the late 1930s. By chronicling this intricate relationship, this work traces New Zealand's first steps towards developing its own foreign policy"--Provided by publisher.
|Chaudron, Gerald. "New Zealand's International Initiation: Sir James Allen at the League of Nations, 1920 - 1926" Political Science 64.1 (2012): 62-80.|
|Chaudron, Gerald. "The Potential of "Function" as an Archival Descriptor" Journal of Archival Organization 6.4 (2008): 269-287.|
|Chaudron, Gerald. "Archival Serendipity: The USS Baltic Resurfaces" Manuscripts 60.4 (2008): 101-104.|