Remembering the Pacific War

edited by Geoffrey M White

CPIS Occasional Paper 36

PREFACE
Geoffrey M White

MELANESIA
ORAL HISTORY AND THE WAR: THE VIEW FROM PAPUA NEW GUINEA
John Waiko

FOR KING AND COUNTRY: A TALK ON THE PACIFIC WAR IN FIJI
Brij V Lal

WORLD WAR II IN THE SOLOMONS: ITS IMPACT ON SOCIETY, POLITICS, AND WORLD VIEW
David Welchman Gegeo

REMEMBERING THE WAR IN THE SOLOMONS
Jonathan Fifi'i

THE VANUATU LABOR CORPS EXPERIENCE
Lamont Lindstrom

GEORGE BOGESE: "JUST A BLOODY TRAITOR"?
Hugh Laracy

MICRONESIA
MICRONESIAN EXPERIENCES OF THE WAR IN THE PACIFIC
Lin Poyer

NAURUANS DURING WORLD WAR II
Nancy J Pollock

WORLD WAR II IN KIRIBATI
Sam Highland

MARSHALL ISLANDERS' EXPERIENCES IN WORLD WAR II
John Heine

LESSONS OF WAR FROM POHNPEI
Suzanne Falgout

ISLAND IN AGONY: THE WAR IN GUAM
Tony Palomo

WAR IN PALAU: MORIKAWA AND THE PALAUANS
Wakako Higuchi

PALAUANS AND THE JAPANESE MILITARY EXPERIENCE
Ubal Tellei

HAWAI'I AND SAMOA
NISEI MILITARY EXPERIENCE DURING WORLD WAR II
Ted T Tsukiyama

SAMOANS, WORLD WAR II, AND MILITARY WORK
Robert Franco

THE FITAFITA GUARD AND SAMOAN MILITARY EXPERIENCE
Tuala Sevaaetasi

CULTURAL ENCOUNTERS
18 VILLAGES WITHOUT PEOPLE: A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF AMERICAN VIEWS OF MELANESIANS DURING WORLD WAR II AS SEEN THROUGH POPULAR HISTORIES
Marty Zelenietz

BAREFOOT BENEFACTORS: A STUDY OF JAPANESE VIEWS OF MELANESIANS
Hisafumi Saito

YUKIO SHIBATA AND MICHAEL SOMARE: LIVES IN CONTACT
Basil Shaw

CONTRIBUTORS

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