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Germans in Tonga

James N. Bade

Germans in Tonga

by James N. Bade

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Emigration and immigration,
  • Germans,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementJames N. Bade
    SeriesGermanica pacifica -- volume 13, Germanica pacifica -- volume 13.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDU880 .B25 2014
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 142 pages
    Number of Pages142
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27159550M
    ISBN 103631646879
    ISBN 109783631646878
    LC Control Number2014001664
    OCLC/WorldCa868511672

    When Britain declared war on Germany in early September , London received the enthusiastic and unreserved support of the Kingdom of Tonga. Almost immediately, the government of Tonga issued a declaration placing all of its resources at the disposal of the British and formally declaring war against the German . English Translation of “Tonga” | The official Collins French-English Dictionary online. Over , English translations of French words and phrases.

    Tonga - Tonga - History: Tonga was first inhabited about 3, years ago by Austronesian-speaking people of the Lapita culture, best known from their elaborately decorated pottery. From at least the 10th century ce Tonga was ruled by a line of sacred kings and queens, the Tu‘i Tonga. About the reigning Tu‘i Tonga transferred his temporal powers to his brother under the title of Tu‘i.   In Tonga, an archipelago deep in the South Pacific Ocean, German immigrants during the middle and late nineteenth century played an important role in the development of the islands. The presence of businessmen involved in the Copra trade was especially significant, and according to historical evidence, members of the Wolfgramm and Sanft.

    Amid the all-round disruptions caused by the novel coronavirus, a major concern is the threat of enormous job ments around the world have put forward various measures to address such concerns. One of the most talked about is Germany’s Kurzarbeit—German for “short-work”—scheme, a wage subsidy that many economists believe was essential in stabilizing the country’s labor. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Tonga Tonga books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.


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Germans in Tonga by James N. Bade Download PDF EPUB FB2

Germans in Tonga is the culmination of an eight-year research project in which the author and his team of researchers gathered biographical material on Germans in Tonga.5/5(1). "Germans in Tonga is the culmination of an eight-year research project in which the author and his team of researchers gathered biographical material on Germans in Tonga.

James Bade Germans in Tonga is the culmination of an eight-year research project in which the author and his team of researchers gathered biographical material on Germans in Tonga. Germans in Tonga is the culmination of an eight-year research project in which the author and his team of researchers gathered biographical material on Germans in Tonga.

Germans in Tonga is the culmination of an eight-year research project in which the author and his team of researchers gathered biographical material on Germans in Tonga. Germans in Tonga is the culmination of an eight-year research project in which the author and his team of researchers gathered biographical material on Germans in Tonga.

There are four main sources: the British Consul Tonga files, held in the Western Pacific Archives of the University of Auckland Library Special Collections; the Defence Department Enemy Aliens files and Aliens Records held at Archives New Zealand in Wellington; the Archives of the German.

Germans in Tonga; a book with short biographies of Germans who were born in Tonga between and was launched by Lord Vaea at the Germans in Tonga book Building yesterday, 19 June. Please subscribe to access premium content. Notes Contains short biographies of over Germans in Tonga over a year period between and   Professor James Bade’s book Germans in Tonga, published by Peter Lang Edition, Frankfurt, was launched on 19 June in Tonga’s capital city, Nuku’alofa.

The event was hosted by Lord Vaea, Tongan Minister of Internal Affairs. Germans in Tonga is the culmination of eight years of research. History of German Emigration to Tonga and Elsewhere Germans began arriving in foreign nations in large numbers in the early s, migrating from mostly rural areas of Germany.

1 As Stefan Manz, author of Constructing a German Diaspora: The “Greater German Empire”,writes: “[t]he key ‘push-File Size: KB. When the King of Tonga made an official visit to Germany inthe German government donated two vessels to Tonga: the Olovaha, for inter-island travel, and the Fua Kavenga, for Pacific trade.

Tonga also ratified the Treaty of Friendship with the United States at its centenary in The European presence is still strong in Tonga.

Germans in Tonga – Biography index. Antz, William Barber, Elizabeth Ella Bartley, Lucy Becker, Amelia Becker, Edward Wilhelm Ferdinand Becker, May Ethel Mary Boag, W.

Borgeman, C. Brabant, Emma Dora (29/10/) Brähne, Alma Olive (10/11/) Brähne, Anna Luisi (November ) Brähne, Bertha (25/10/) Brähne, Bruno Brähne, Bruno.

For those German-Tongans who also have Samoan or German-Samoan ancestry, you may be interested to learn of a new book project sponsored by the Samoa Historical and Cultural Trust in Apia, to document all of the Germans who lived or worked in Samoa from Followers: Books shelved as tonga: Tales of the Tikongs by Epeli Hauʻofa, So Many Islands: Stories from the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Indian Ocean and Pacific by Ni.

The Tragic Saga of the Volga Germans. by Asya Pereltsvaig. When I was a college student in Russia, one of my classmates was a Volga German from Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan.

At the time, her identity made no sense to me as Germany, the Volga River, and Uzbekistan are thousands of miles apart.

Who are the Volga Germans. The Student s English-Tongan and Tongan-English Dictionary had its beginning in in The Kingdom of Tonga. It was written with the primary aim of helping the many students in Tonga who must learn their lessons using English, and has been the best selling dictionary in Tonga/5(23).

German Texts for Beginners. German texts for beginners to practice reading and comprehension in German language.

Understanding written German is both demanding and critical. Here is one simple and enjoyable way to see how you are doing. go directly to 49 texts. A call to Tonga was made. Tonga was finally forced to commit to British war efforts and allowed the British Consul in Tonga to identify all enemy aliens living in Tonga.

There was a mixture of Germans, Samoans, and New Guinea Islanders including wives and families. The history of Tonga is recorded since the century after BC, when seafarers associated with the Lapita diaspora first settled the islands which now make up the Kingdom of Tonga.

Along with Fiji and Samoa, the area served as a gateway into the rest of the Pacific region known as Polynesia. Ancient Tongan mythologies recorded by early European explorers report the islands of 'Ata and. History Book of Tonga: "The Friendly Islands: to " A collection of significant essays on the history of Tonga.

The Friendly Islands: to is a fascinat word book of the rich history of the Kingdom of Tonga over + years. Prepare to be fascinated by the early observations of Europeans, and the struggle of the. Tonga (/ ˈ t ɒ ŋ (ɡ) ə /; Tongan: Puleʻanga Fakatuʻi ʻo Tonga), officially named the Kingdom of Tonga, is a Polynesian sovereign state and archipelago comprising islands, of which 36 are inhabited.

The total surface area is about square kilometres ( sq mi) scattered oversquare kilometres (, sq mi) of the southern Pacific g code: +For those German-Tongans who also have Samoan or German-Samoan ancestry, you may be interested to learn of a new book project sponsored by the Samoa Historical and Cultural Trust in Apia, to document all of the Germans who lived or worked in Samoa from Tongatapu Island, a raised atoll in the Tongatapu Group, with an area of square miles ( square km), is the largest and most densely populated island in highest point in Tonga, 3, feet (1, metres), is on Kao Island in the Haʿapai Group.

ʿEua Island (Tongatapu Group) has an old volcanic ridge rising to 1, feet ( metres) above sea level.