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Australians in German New Guinea, 1914-1921

C. D. Rowley

Australians in German New Guinea, 1914-1921

by C. D. Rowley

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Published by Melbourne University Press in [Carlton] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • German New Guinea -- Politics and government

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination371 p.
    Number of Pages371
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14712502M
    LC Control Number59034895

      Books, including ‘ of Savage Island and New Guinea’ by King [London, ]; ‘Under the Banyan’ by Gladys Jackson (signed) [Hong Kong, ]; ‘American Indians in the Pacific’ by Thor Heyerdahl [London, ]; ‘The Australians in German New Guinea ’ by Rowley [Melbourne, ]. The German New Guinea Company took over administration of the northeast quadrant in the same year. The administration of British New Guinea was passed to Australia in , and its name was changed to the Territory of Papua. Following World War I, German New Guinea was taken over by Australia as a mandated territory of the League of Nations in.

      Australia now has a comprehensive history of World War I. In one book, historian, Joan Beaumont gives an overview of the battles, the home front, diplomacy and memory of Australians at war. Written for the general reader, Broken Nation is a reference that family historians, students and anyone who is interested in war history would find a /5. The New Guinea villager: the impact of colonial rule on primitive society and economy / Charles Rowley; The New Guinea villager: a retrospect from / C.D. Rowley; Dorothy Taylor and Mathews photographs of Papua New Guinea [picture] The Australians in German New Guinea, / .

    AUSTRALIA GERMANYVERSUS THESTORYOFTHETAKING OFGERMANNEWGUINEA "L (SpecialCommissionerto^^TheSydneyMorningHerald" luiththeExpedition. Forgotten WW1 battle in PNG reveals German surprise. the German code books. tragedy struck the Australian force in New Guinea in what historian David Howell says is a mystery to this day.


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The Australians in German New Guinea, [Rowley, C. D] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Australians in German New Guinea, Author: C. D Rowley. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rowley, C.D. (Charles Dunford). Australians in German New Guinea, [Carlton] Melbourne University Press [].

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In 46 libraries. Australians - New Guinea.; New Guinea, German - Politics and government.; Political science. In Australia, it will be hard to keep count of the new books on Gallipoli, with many more in production on every aspect of the war – from the invasion of German New Guinea Author: Peter Yule.

From the Tropics to the Desert Book The book biographically lists the Doctors who served during World War I in German New Guinea with the Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Forcet he AAMC in Egypt and the various medical units of the Australian Light Horse: Anzac Mounted Division, Imperial Mounted Division, the Egyptian Expeditionary ForceXXI Corps and The.

Gallipoli Doctors is the first volume in the series Australian Doctors At War, the second volume was released in and covers the Australian Light Horse campaigns in Egypt and Palestine as well as the Naval and Military Force sent to German New Guinea in The book has a list by units including brief summary history 1914-1921 book the various.

Australian expedition. Admiralty ship Encounter launched ADM / On 5 Augustthe Offensive Sub-Committee of the Committee of Imperial Defence recommended that Australia’s government ‘should be invited to Australians in German New Guinea an expedition to attack the island of Yap and German New Guinea, in order to seize the cables and radio-telegraph stations and use them, if practicable, for our.

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On 3 Novemberunder the auspices of the Deutsche Neuguinea-Compagnie (New Guinea Company), the German flag was flown over Kaiser-Wilhelmsland, the Bismarck Archipelago and the German Solomon Islands.

Albert Hahl (–) joined the German Colonial Office in and until played a major part in New Capital: Herbertshöhe, Simpsonhafen (after ). The Battle of Bita Paka (11 September ) was fought south of Kabakaul, on the island of New Britain, and was a part of the invasion and subsequent occupation of German New Guinea by the Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force (AN&MEF) shortly after Location: Bita Paka, south of Kabakaul on.

The Australian occupation of German New Guinea was the takeover of the Pacific colony of German New Guinea in September – November by an expeditionary force from Australia, called the Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force.

Australian troops advancing towards it in the afternoon were met by a flag of truce. The German governor surrendered German New Guinea on 15 September.

On 14 September AE1 disappeared on patrol off Rabaul with the loss of all 35 men on board, a mixture of RAN and RN personnel. She probably struck a reef or other submerged object and was the.

The War With Germany examines the performance of the Australian Army in the two theatres where it confronted the German Army during the First World War: German New Guinea and the Western Front.

With a blend of narrative and theme the book charts the rise and fall of the Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force in the Pacific and the. the future administration of Papua New Guinea made a clear impact on many of their students. Charles’s first book, The Australians in German New Guinea, (), clearly demonstrates his concern over the impact of Australian policy in Papua New Guinea.

In 20 libraries. In this volume Colonel Likeman provides not only mini-biographies of each of the Australian doctors and Australian Army Medical Corps units and hospitals which served in the Naval & Military Expeditionary Force in German New Guinea, Egypt and Palestine, but also provides a series of introductory essays about the several campaigns in which the Australians served.

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Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force. The Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force (AN&MEF) was a small volunteer force of approximately 2, men, raised in Australia shortly after the outbreak of World War I to seize and destroy German wireless stations in German New Guinea in the south-west : Australian Army.

Australia versus Germany, the story of the taking of German New Guinea [Burnell, Frederic Spencer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Australia versus Germany, the story of the taking of German New GuineaAuthor: Frederic Spencer Burnell. In an Australian expeditionary force took over German New Guinea, which in the post-war settlement became a mandated territory under Australian administration.

But while the potential threat of German imperialism was removed, Japan, which in had become an ally of Great Britain and had gained Germany’s Pacific territories north of.

Australian Forces engaged in their first action of World War One Monday 8 September One hundred years ago this month Australian forces were engaged in their first action of World War One: capturing German New Guinea and dismantling the vital communication systems that supported German naval assets based in the Pacific.Description.

Title: How Australia Took German New Guinea. An Illustrated Record. Author: Burnell, Frederick Spencer Format: Digital Download Edition: 1st Edition Publication Date: ISBN: N/A Comments: We are delighted to present a digital version of “How Australia Took German New Guinea.

An Illustrated Record”. The Our e-books represent affordable access to now rare and highly.The Territory of New Guinea was an Australian administered territory on the island of New Guinea from until Inthe Territory and the Territory of Papua were established in an administrative union by the name of the Territory of Papua and New Guinea.

That administrative union was renamed as Papua New Guinea in Notwithstanding that it was part of an administrative union, the Territory of New Guinea Capital: Rabaul.