Nauru: 1888-1900: An account in German and English based on official records of the Colonial Section of the German Foreign Office held by the Deutsches Zentralarchiv in Potsdam.
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|Title:||Nauru: 1888-1900: An account in German and English based on official records of the Colonial Section of the German Foreign Office held by the Deutsches Zentralarchiv in Potsdam.|
|Other Titles:||NAURU 1888-1900: dargestellt an Hand von Aktenstiicken der Kolonialabteilung des AuswartigenAmts aus den Bestanden des Deutschen Zentralarchivs in Potsdam.|
|Publisher:||Canberra, ACT : Division of Pacific and Asian History, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University.|
Nauru the small Pacific Coral island lying just sourh of the equator, has supplied high-grade phosphate to the outside worldfor almost the enture 20th century. Phosphate and Nauru seem to belong together as if the island had no history before the mine. But the impression is misleading. This unique collection of previously unpublished documents shows us a different, prephosphate Nauru -The Nauru of the late nineteenth century, when the Germans raised the flag and administered the island as part of their colonial posssessions in the tropical Pacific.
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