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TWOHILL, Nicholas. THE BRITISH WORLD AND ITS ROLE IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NEW ZEALAND AND THE SOUTHERN CONE COUNTRIES OF SOUTH AMERICA, 1820-1914. Historia (Santiago) [online]. 2010, vol.43, n.1, pp.113-162. ISSN 0717-7194. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0717-71942010000100004.
This research article traces the little-known relationship between New Zealand and the Southern Cone countries of South America that existed between 1820 and the First World War. While New Zealanders were found throughout Latin America in many occupations, undoubtedly because of the established British presence in the region, the links with the Southern Cone were particularly extensive. The basis of the relationship, which promised then to be on-going, was the movement of ships, goods, people, animals, plants, know-how, technology and capital across the Pacific, rather than any inter-state relationship.
Palabras clave : ships; merchants; trade; competition; flour; fruit; emigration; pastoralism; pedigree sheep; goldmining; New Zealand and the Southern Cone.