Rich Christman leads ag business activities in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand
. He has served as president for Case IH business since July 2000.
Between 1870 and 1967, a total of about 300,000 British children were shipped to Canada, Australia and New Zealand
, over 100,000 to Canada.
Two factors helped to save the day: the refusal of the `old white dominions' of Canada, Australia and New Zealand
to side with Britain, and the sensitivity of the Queen, who managed to retain the trust of Commonwealth leaders when British governments did not.