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eBook European Impact and Pacific Influence: British and German Policy in the Pacific Islands and the Indigenous Response (International Library of Historical Studies) ePub

by Herman Hiery,John MacKenzie

eBook European Impact and Pacific Influence: British and German Policy in the Pacific Islands and the Indigenous Response (International Library of Historical Studies) ePub
Author: Herman Hiery,John MacKenzie
Language: English
ISBN: 1860640591
ISBN13: 978-1860640599
Publisher: I.B.Tauris (November 15, 1997)
Pages: 256
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.9
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Start by marking European Impact and Pacific Influence: British and German Policy in the Pacific Islands and the Indigenous Response as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. British and German ambitions have clashed in the Pacific at many times in the last two centuries. This is a study of those episodes, and their effects on the European powers and the Pacific Islanders involved.

British and German colonial policy in the Pacific Islands and the indigenous response. Includes bibliographical references and index. Published 1997 by Tauris Academic Studies, . Tauris Pu. German Historical Institute in London, New York, London. A conference held at Kloster Andechs, near Munich, in the European summer of 1994"-P.

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The Colonial Imagination and the Making and Remaking of the Samoan People. in European Impact and Pacific Influence: British and German Colonial Policy in the Pacific Islands and the Indigenous Response. Herman Hiery and John McKenzie (ed. London: Tauris Publishers, 1997. Releasing the Voices: Historicizing Colonial Encounters in the Pacific. in Remembrance of Pacific Pasts: An Invitation to Remake History. Robert Borofsky (e. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2000. 396. Hempenstall, Peter and Noel Rutherford. Protest and Dissent in the Colonial Pacific

British and German colonial policy in the Pacific Islands and the indigenous response .

British and German colonial policy in the Pacific Islands and the indigenous response /. Publisher: Tauris Academic Studies, . xii. - Includes bibliographical references and index. Oceania - Great Britain - Germany.

Paris: European Union Institute for Security Studies. This chapter addresses power, especially a struggle over it, in the Asia-Pacific region. Power in Asia was diffuse, scattered between regions, which largely were self-contained. Geopolitics and the 'wider north': The United Kingdom as a 'strategic pivot'. The balance between Britain and Japan first shifted in the 1880s.

Hermann Hiery and John Mackenzie (ed., European Impact and Pacific Response (London: I. B. Tauris, 1997)

Hermann Hiery and John Mackenzie (ed., European Impact and Pacific. Influence: British and German Colonial Policy in the Pacific Islands and the Indigenous. Response (London: I. Tauris, 1997). Peter Alter (e., Out of the Third Reich: Refugee Historians in Post-War Britain. London and New York: I. Tauris, 1998). Sabine Freitag and Peter Wende (ed., British Envoys to Germany, 1816–1866, vol. 1: 1816–1829, Camden Fifth Series, 15 (Cambridge: Cambridge University. Press for the Royal Historical Society in association with the German. Historical Institute London, 2000).

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German colonial policy in the Pacific and Africa had gone in different .

German colonial policy in the Pacific and Africa had gone in different directions since at least the turn of the century. How did the indigenous peoples in Germany’s South Pacific colonies react to the events that, in effect, led to the end of the German administration? This chapter does not look at how individuals came to terms with their new rulers during the war-previous chapters have dealt with that problem.

British and German ambitions have clashed in the Pacific at many times in the last two centuries. This is a study of those episodes, and their effects on the European powers and the Pacific Islanders involved. It throws light on the activities of missionaries in Micronesia, head-hunters in New Guinea, Law-makers in Tonga and the influence of the British and Germans in the region. The book considers: European perceptions of Pacific islanders and vice versa; the ecological effect of European intervention, both on the environment and its inhabitants; the efforts to impose a European rule of law in the South Pacific; the area of sexuality as a specific form of Pacific-European interaction where cultural differences between European and traditional behaviour was at its most marked.

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