British Administration of German New Guinea – Part 1 (ASP V9N6)

The Portuguese and Spanish explorers are known to have arrived around New Guinea by at least 1545. Later the Dutch colonised islands immediately to our north; they called it Nieuw Guinea.

The human presence on the island dates back at least 40,000 years to the oldest human migrations out of Africa.

Join David Miner in this two-part series as he examines the British Administration of German New Guinea, in particular.

For the full article, refer to V9N6.