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Encyclopedia > James Belich

There are two notable people named James Belich.

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No. 97-3447 (3548 words)
Belich testified that Szymaszek was wearing shorts and a T-shirt, but she did not see any unusual bulges in his clothing as he walked past her with the window from the office.
Belich also testified that she saw nothing to indicate the two freezer bags and bank pouch were hidden in the framing of the old window that Szymaszek carried past her.
Belich argues that from these facts, which she does not dispute, there is a reasonable inference that Szymaszek was the only person in the office, close to the desk where the money was secreted, between the time she last counted the money and three days later when she discovered the cash missing.
EJANZH: Articles: Veracini: Revising Revisionist History (3565 words)
Whereas Belich had insisted on its efficiency and a flattering assessment of British firepower had been a constituent element of his account of the ‘Maori achievement’, Gates insists on how defective this weapon was in the 1860s in the New Zealand theatre of operation, especially when compared to later improvements.
Belich’s detection of a widespread ideological failure to recognise Maori potential, and that this should be related more to the general interpretation of conflict in colonialist milieus than to individual inability, remains convincing despite Gates’ new evidence.
After all, Belich’s notion that it was the military effort of the federated Maori tribes against the Anglo-settler endeavors that had created the conditions for the establishment of a tradition of racial partnership has underpinned the transformation of tribe-Crown relationship in the last two decades.
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