Nauru Phosphate and political progress

Phosphate and political progress is the story of David and Goliath in a modern political setting in the South Seas. Controlled, protected, or occupied successively by Germans, Australians, British and Japanese and then again by Australians under the UN Trusteeship all (except Germany) for the purpose of exploiting the island's one resource - phosphate - Nauru is one of the smallest and most isolated islands in the Pacific, with a mere 3000 inhabitants.

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