History of Bougainville

History Of Bougainville

Bougainville is a province of Papua New Guinea. It was named after the French navigator Louis Antoine de Bougainville.

Read more about History Of Bougainville:  Prehistory, European Colonisation, Second World War, Factors For Conflict in Bougainville, Republic of North Solomons, Panguna Mine Conflict, Uprising, Civil War, Media Coverage of Civil War, Sandline and Ceasefire, Operation Bel Isi, Autonomy, Further Information

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