Governor in New Guinea
Dr Albert Hahl first sailed to German New Guinea in 1896 and took up residence in Herbertshohe, a primitive little settlement on Blanche Bay dominated by autocratic planters and merchants. Later he served as Governor in various posts in the Protectorate, including eighteen months as Vice- Governor on the turbulent island of Ponape. After eleven years as Governor of the whole Protectorate, he finally sailed from Rabaul for good in 1914, a few months before World War I ended German rule in the...[Show more]
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