Date: Nov/Dec 2014 From: New Zealand international review, By: McGibbon, I. C., (Ian C.), 1947-, INNZNA Revisits NZ's occupation of German Samoa, Aug 1914. Debunks myths about the expedition, which later became known as the Samoa Expeditionary Force. Briefly overviews subsequent events up to the full withdrawal six years later.
29 August 1914 - The Samoan Expeditionary Forces aboard the Monowai and Moeraki arrived at Apia. The occupying German soldiers offerred no resistance. From: Auckland Libraries
15 August 1914 - Monowai and Moeraki departed Wellington for Apia with 1385 troops of the Samoan Expeditionary Force. The ships were being escorted by HMS Ps... From: Auckland Libraries