Ehara i te mea kei rāwāhi anake te kahaunga riri. Tokomaha rātou i tau mai ki Tāmaki Makaurau i te wā o te pakanga.
E whakaatu mai ana ngā kiriata poto e ono nei i ngā wāhi i tau mai ai ngā hōia Māori rātou ko ngā hōia o Te Moananui-a-Kiwa i te wā o te pakanga.
He tuhinga ēnei nā ngā toikupu hou o Tāmaki Mākaurau. Kei te whakaahuatia mai ngā take nui ki te hunga i tau mai i a rātou e pakanga ana i te pakanga ‘a tētahi atu’.
World War I didn’t just take place in distant battlefields. For many of those who served, the war brought them here to Auckland.
These six short poetic responses explore places in the city where Māori and Pacific Island soldiers came during their wartime journey.
Here, young Auckland poets reflect upon the issues faced by those who passed through the city while fighting ‘someone else’s war'.