A historic narrative of the effects of the Good Friday Typhoon on the eastern Caroline Islands. The book outlines the destruction wrought on the settlements and the environment, and outlines the actions taken by the Imperial German colonial administration to alleviate the suffering of the population. In part this entailed large-scale relocation of people first to Pohnpei and from there to Saipan.
|Place of Publication||Albury, NSW, Australia|
|Number of pages||27|
|Publication status||Published - Sep 2007|