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On November 6, 1884, a British protectorate was proclaimed over the southern coast of New Guinea (the area called Papua) and its adjacent islands.
The protectorate, called British New Guinea, was annexed outright on September 4, 1888.
It largely supplanted the previous staple, taro, and gave rise to a significant increase in population in the highlands.
Although European navigators visited and explored the Papua New Guinea islands for the next 170 years, little was known of the Papua New Guinea inhabitants until the late 19th century.
The New Guinea campaign (1942-1945) was one of the major military campaigns of World War II.
Approximately 216,000 Japanese, Australian and American soldiers, sailors and airmen died during the New Guinea Campaign.
Papua was administered under the Papua Act until the Japanese invaded the northern parts of the islands in 1941 and began to advance on Port Moresby and civil administration was suspended.
During the war, Papua was governed by a military administration from Port Moresby, where Gen.
In 1914, Australian troops occupied German New Guinea, and it remained under Australian military control until 1921.