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S amoa. What happened to Samoa. In 1900 Germany and USA were sailing in the South Pacific Ocean and they found Samoa. I t was already inhabited, any way Germany took Western Samoa and USA took Eastern Samoa. In 1914 the Frist World war begins. war.

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In 1900 Germany and USA were sailing in the South Pacific Ocean and they found Samoa. It was already inhabited, any way Germany took Western Samoa and USA took Eastern Samoa.

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Britain sends NZ troops over to German Samoa. NZ puts their flag in Western Samoa so it’s the first piece of land German has lost in the war.

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In 1928 - A petition against NZ rule is presented the United Nations. It is signed by 80% of Samoans

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In 1929 – it was called Black Saturday because NZ police attempted to arrest a Mau protester and NZ police shot 11 innocent Samoans.

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The Mau Movement was a group of Samoans who just want to be independent and have Samoan land back for Samoans and for Samoans to rule themselves

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In 1935 – The first LabourGovernementin NZ felt sorry the Mau Movement and allowed some Samoan rights to help rule their country

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In 1962 – On the first of January the Samoan flag was lowered for good to mark the independence of Samoa.

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Samoa is the first Pacific country to be decolonized.

colonize – means not to be governed by another country

Colonized – means to be governed and rules by another country and not yourself.

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69,543 (2011)

American Samoa, Population